Grade 8 is Great! Learning How to Learn Skills
Grade 8 is full of possibilities-new friends, new school new classes, new teachers, new skills. It can be exhilarating, but it can be daunting as well! Luckily, you have wonderful, caring teachers who want to teach you the skills that will enable you to be successful in high school and in life. First though, we want to hear from you and how you are doing so far!
When you started at Boyd last September, what made you feel welcome?
What could have made the transition from elementary to high school easier for you?
What does the word self management mean to you? Where have you heard of it before, and what do you think it means to have self management skills?
Do you have a binder for your classes?
If you clicked "Other", explain how you organize your different subjects
Is every subject separated and organized, or are they mixed altogether?
Separated and organized
Separated but not organized
Organized? What's that?
Do you have a specific time and place where you do your school work every day?
If you answered "Depends" to the question of the time and place for homework, what does it depend on?
Do you hand in your homework and assignments in on time?
What do you use to keep track of due dates, homework, tests, or other school or personal events?
My school agenda
My personal agenda
My School Day app
The school calendar
I ask other people
I don't keep track of due dates
Another homework tracking app like Egenda
For a test or project you did well in, what helped you to be successful?
For a test or project that you didn't do well in, why were you not as successful as you'd like?
What are you doing right well now?
What can you improve on?
What can teachers do to help you be successful?
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