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HP3 SMART Goals

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Jasmine Akiona

on 28 January 2013

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Transcript of HP3 SMART Goals

What is a
S.M.A.R.T. Goal? S.M.A.R.T.
Goals Merit Assignment (2 pts) 25 minutes
Write THREE SMART Goals:
High School
Post-High
Personal
Identify each component:
S: Specific
M: Measureable
A: Attainable
R: Realistic
T: Time-Bound Help improve achievement and success
Clarifies exactly what is expected and the measures used to determine if the goal is achieved and successfully completed. SMART GOALS Specific Clear
Defined
Exactly what do you want to accomplish with all the details? Which is the BEST example? Why? Measurable Specific criteria to measure progress
Can you quantify your progress so you can track it?
How will you know when you reach your goal? Which is the BEST example? Why? Attainable Achievable
Requires you to stretch a bit to achieve them, but they are not impossible to achieve.
Is your goal a challenge but still possible to achieve? Which is the BEST example? Why? Realistic Time Bound Willing to accomplish
Able to accomplish
Is your goal realistic and within your reach?
Are you willing to commit to your goal? Which is the BEST example? Why? Clear, defined time frame
Deadline
No time limit? Then there is no urgency to start taking action towards achieving your goals Two Types of Goals Long Term:
Set over a long period of time
Less of these Short Term:
More these
Set for a shorter length of time
Immediate feedback to make adjustments
Supports a long term goal - smaller steps to take Your Kuleana Examine the 4 goals
Determine:
Is this a SMART Goal?
If yes, why?
If no, what component is missing? 7 minutes Lesson Objectives Examine the components of a SMART goal
Identify THREE goals that you would like to achieve
Format your goals into THREE SMART goals Which is the BEST example? Why?
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