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SMART Targets

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Michelle Michelle

on 6 August 2013

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Transcript of SMART Targets

Learning Outcomes
Most learners will be able to differentiate as to what is or is not a SMART target
Some learners will set their own SMART target
Spend 5 minutes creating your own acronym, then we will feedback to the rest of the group
What is an acronym?
According to Oxford Dictionaries (2013) acronymn is an abbreviation formed from the initial letters of other words and pronounced as a word (e.g. ASCII, NASA).
What is a S.M.A.R.T target?
Specific
Measurable
Achievable
Realistic
Timely
Targets provide a clear outcome, range
and purpose

For example

I want to lose weight............is not specific

I want to lose 4kg....................is specific
Specific
T
argets provide the criteria needed for success

For example

I want to improve my spelling......is not measurable

I want to improve my spelling by learning 10 new words per week......is measurable
Measurable
Achievable
An achievable target is something that you can do

For example

I am going to read all of the Harry Potter books in one day....... is not achievable


I am going to read 10 minutes of Harry Potter everyday......is achievable
Realistic
Targets take into account your aspirations and long term aims

For example

I will become a midwife by the end of the year..... is not realistic


I will research University courses on midwifery by the
end of the week...is realistic
Targets have a clear time frame

For example

I shall complete my personal statement ....is not timely


I shall complete my personal statement by next Wednesday....is timely
Timely
There is no happiness except in the realisation that we have accomplished something.
Henry Ford
Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together.
Vincent Van Gogh
Why do we set S.M.A.R.T targets?
Activity
Working in pairs, you have ten minutes to......

Cut out and look at the targets you have been given

Decide whether these targets are SMART or not.
Before we set our own targets.......
All learners will be able to explain what an acronym is and create one of their own.
Set your own SMART
target
On a Word document, type up a SMART target of your own and then email it to me at mmoncrieffe@nhc,ac.uk
RECAP
All learners will be able to explain what an acronym is and create one of their own.
Most learners will be able to differentiate as to what is or is not a SMART target
Some learners will set their own SMART target
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