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Positive and Challenge Form


The last few years have brought many challenges.  About 5 years ago, a coworker shared about doing a positive form for the students and sharing it with them at the end of the year. 

I made this Google Form for students to share something positive and a challenge they overcame each week. This is really helpful if a student is struggling at some point or needs a pick me up.  As exams approached some students expressed worry so I shared somethings that they have overcome already this year.  

The positive and challenges don’t have to be math related they can be anything.  As a teacher, these provide an additional insight into what your students are facing that they may not share out loud. 

Before our big State Test, you can sort the spreadsheet and print off everything they've overcame and all the positive things from the school year.  They can see just how far they have come. 


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