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Action Plan


Curipod lesson about topic "How to write an an ction plan"

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1. Slide
60 seconds
Open your browser and type in: and wait for the PIN to be given by the speaker.
2. Poll
20 seconds
Which is NOT true about action plan?
  • It must be revised if the goals are not met on schedule and within budget.
  • It requires thorough understanding of the goal and objectives.
  • It must be monitored closely.
  • It cannot be changed so as to focus on the goal at hand
3. Poll
20 seconds
What is do you think is the first step in creating an action plan?
  • Determine what resources you need to meet your goals
  • Create an action steps and timeline
  • Define your goals
  • Allocate key personnel responsible for action steps
4. Poll
20 seconds
REAP stands for _________.
  • Create an action steps and timeline
  • Re-Entry Action Plan
  • Revitalized Entry Action Plan
  • NEAP Recognized Entry Plan
5. Poll
20 seconds
The objectives must be SMART. This means __________.
  • Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-Bound
  • Specific, Measurable, Accounted for, Relevant, Time-Bound
  • Specific, Mitigated, Achievable, Resourceful, Time-Bound
  • Specific, Mitigated, Accounted for, Resourceful, Time-Bound
6. Poll
20 seconds
REAP has _________ parts.
  • five
  • six
  • seven
  • eight
7. Word cloud
120 seconds
In one word, describe how you feel about writing an action plan?
8. Slide
60 seconds
Action plans are steps you take to achieve a goal. Start by setting a goal and breaking it down into smaller steps. Make sure each step is measurable and achievable.
Action Plans: What They Are and How to Create One
9. Slide
60 seconds
Goal: An outcome or result that someone wants to achieve. Action Plan: A detailed plan outlining the steps needed to achieve a goal. Measurable: Able to be measured or quantified.
10. Poll
60 seconds
What do you think is the most important step to take when writing an action plan?
  • Identify your goals
  • Create a timeline
  • Set achievable milestones
  • Outline steps to success
  • Prioritize tasks
11. Slide
60 seconds
The world's first action plan was created by Aristotle in 330 BC. The most popular action plan is the SMART model, which stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Timely. Action plans are often called 'to-do lists,' but they can be much more than that!
Fun facts:
12. Drawings
360 seconds
Draw / write: What do you think are the steps in writing an action plan?
13. Drawings
360 seconds
Draw / write: What challenges do you think you might encounter when writing an action plan?
14. Open question
150 seconds
How do you think an action plan can help you achieve your goals?
15. Open question
330 seconds
What tips can you share with your colleagues on how to write an action plan?

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