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Target Setting PowerPoint
  • This interactive PowerPoint uses a variety of activities to encourage student reflection and establish clear goals and targets.


    This resource is ideal for quick target-setting activities in lessons or for structuring multiple target-setting sessions. The PowerPoint can be used multiple times with the same groups and encourages students to reflect on targets relating to: work quality, learning power, attitude to learning, subject knowledge, study-skills and long-term strategy.


    The download includes both an editable file and an automated PowerPoint Show (recommended). The PowerPoint uses an integrated interactive menu that allows you to choose between thirty different activity slides (each with 3-4 activities).



    Target-Setting, Metacognition, and Self-Regulated Learning


    Target-setting is an important aspect of education that can foster metacognition and self-regulated learning. It is a process that involves setting goals for students and providing them with feedback on their progress towards achieving those goals. This process can help students develop a sense of ownership over their learning and can encourage them to take responsibility for their own progress.


    By setting targets, students can develop a better understanding of what they need to do to achieve their goals and can monitor their own progress towards achieving them. This can help them develop metacognitive skills such as planning, monitoring, and evaluating their own learning

    Target Setting PowerPoint

    • Focus: target-setting, self-regulated learning, DIRT, reflection time, reflective learning, independent learning, goals

      Main Aim: to facilitate target-setting in lessons and encourage self-regulated learning

      Designed for teachers of students aged 8-16


      License Terms:
      Whole-School License


      System Requirements:
      Microsoft Office
      WinZip (we recommend: 7-Zip or WinRar)
      Windows 7+, 1.5GHZ, 1GB RAM
      File Formats: PowerPoint Presentations (& .zip)



      Copyrighted by The Global Metacognition Institute (2023)
      Strictly not for re-distribution outside of your own school.

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