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Transcript of SMART Goals
not easy.... ...if it were, everyone
would be doing it. Goal setting allows us to see the bigger picture and set in motion a plan to fulfill your dreams. Be SMART about it. SPECIFIC MEASURABLE ATTAINABLE RELEVANT TIMELY Your goal for students should follow these same guidlines. Kids that start ahead, stay ahead. And teaching children goal setting is by far the best way to help them start ahead and secure their future. So.... Where do we start? This means identifying a situation or a goal that can be easily understood. be If your students want to make lemonade out of lemons... Have them say I want to sell lemonade! formulate goals When will you accomplish this goal? How long will it take you? What supplies do you need? In order to improve anything, you must first be able to measure it. Set up a system to measure how goals will be monitored, measured and recorded. How much will it cost? make each goal Another word for attainable is achievable. Setting goals beyond the competition may help to rally your team, but if the goal is unattainable, it will not work. Setting short and long-term goals could be part of this process. be Give each of
your goals a
limit. write goals A relevant goal is one that will support your purpose. Teach students to set goals that are important to them and what they have set out to do. Teaching students a sense of time is vital in setting goals with time limits. 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. TIME