Academic Reflection and POA
Advocacy Focus, East Early College High School
Monday, October 23, 2017
Essential Question: How do we create realist solutions to our academic concerns/or obstacles?
- The students will reflect back on their academic concerns from their first report/most current progress report/or grades. They should complete the "Advocacy Goal Setting Plan of Action".
- Students must identify their concern/or obstacles for at least four courses.
- They should develop short term goals (within the next three weeks) and long term goals (by the end of the semester). Then, they should clearly state what Plan of Action (POA) will they follow to eliminate this problem. The POA can be done as a quick check list- "To Do List" for improving a grade or other concern.
- The student should reflect on what goals from their first Advocacy Goal Setting POA worked and which ones were ineffective.
- Before leaving, make sure each student signs their handout/that the advocacy facilitator sign as well.
- The advocacy facilitator should conference with the students as they are working on their forms.
Reflection and Discourse
1. What are adjustments they are making to assure that they pass all their courses?
*Advice the students to bring any work/or assignments they are struggling with on Wednesday.Complete the Sprint Foundation Survey independently:1. Click houstonisd.org/advocacy2, Click on SprintFoundation_Survey