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S.M.A.R.T.E.R. Goals. Mr. Szewczyk is pretty pumped up for this today. Lesson Objectives. The students will learn what about SMARTER goals The students will be able to give examples of SMARTER goals The students will be able to correct goals to fit the SMARTER criterion. Goal Setting Demo.

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S m a r t e r goals

S.M.A.R.T.E.R. Goals

Mr. Szewczyk is pretty pumped up for this today


Lesson objectives

Lesson Objectives

  • The students will learn what about SMARTER goals

  • The students will be able to give examples of SMARTER goals

  • The students will be able to correct goals to fit the SMARTER criterion


Goal setting demo

Goal Setting Demo


S is for specific

S is for Specific

  • Goals need to be specific!

  • A specific goal will be able to answer:

    • What: What do I want to accomplish?

    • Why: Specific reasons, purpose or benefits of accomplishing the goal

    • Who: Who is involved?

    • Where: Identify a location

    • Which: Identify requirements and constraints


M is for measurable

M is for Measurable

  • We must be able to measure the goal so that we know that we achieved it!

  • This will usually answer questions such as:

    • How much?

    • How many?

    • How will I know when it is accomplished?


A is for attainable

A is for Attainable

  • The goal needs to be one that you can get – not too difficult, not too easy

  • This will answer the question:

    • How can the goal be accomplished?


R is for relevant

R is for Relevant

  • This makes sure that the goal is important. If the goal is not important for you, then will you really try hard to reach it?

    (No, probably not…)

  • A relevant goal will answer “yes” to all of these questions:

    • Does this seem worthwhile?

    • Is this the right time?

    • Does this match my other efforts/needs?


T is for time

T is for Time

  • All SMARTER goals include a time piece. This lets us know when you should accomplish the goal.

  • These goals usually answer these questions:

    • When?

    • What can I do six months from now?

    • What can I do six weeks from now?

    • What can I do today?


The er of smarter

The –ER of SMARTER

  • E is for Evaluate: At the end of the time, evaluate your goal and determine if you were successful

  • R is for either Reassess or Reward: After evaluating, do you need to change anything if you did not accomplish the goal? Or what reward did you earn for completing the goal?


Smarter

SMARTER

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Specific

Measureable

Attainable

Relevant

Time

Evaluate

Reassess or Reward


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