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Setting Goals for Work at Home

A student in LPS Richmond's Navigate Math class talks through how she thinks about setting her goals for the week.

Transcript:

Student: My goal is to complete at least 12 assessments.
Interviewer: Is that a lot or a little?
Student: We only have this class for three days. So, that means I have to do homework too.
Interviewer: How did you pick that goal for the week?
Student: I want to challenge myself so that means I only do three in class. So, that means I have to do six for homework.

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