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Setting Personal Learning Goals


Curipod generated lesson: "Setting Personal Goals". #5-7

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How would you define a personal learning goal?
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1. Plan an achievable and specific Goal. 2. Prioritise tasks based on their urgency and importance. 3. Monitor and track progress towards your goal.
Learning objectives:
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Setting goals helps to prioritise tasks and stay focused on what's important. Evaluating progress along the way can help to stay accountable and reach desired outcomes.
Setting Goals: A Path to Success
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Goal-setting Checklist: Plan an achievable and specific goal Prioritise tasks based on their urgency and importance Monitor and track progress towards the goal
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Goal Setting: Identifying specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART) goals that are meaningful to the individual. Reflection: Thinking about the progress made toward achieving the goals and making adjustments as necessary.
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Studies have shown that when people write down their goals it increases their chances of achieving them by up to 50%!
Did you know?
8. Drawings
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Brain break: Draw a dragon with sprinkles instead of scales and ice cream cones for teeth
9. Open question
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Work together in pairs: What are some strategies you can use to ensure that you are on track to achieving your personal learning goal?
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Why is it important to set personal learning goals?
  • To stay focused and motivated
  • To impress others
  • To compete with classmates
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What is a SMART goal?
  • A goal that is Simple, Meaningful, Actionable, Realistic, and Timely
  • A goal that is Strongly desired, Measurable, Attainable, Rewarding, and Trackable
  • A goal that is Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound
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Which of the following is an example of a specific learning goal?
  • Learn something new every day
  • Complete section 1 of my assignment by the end of the lesson
  • Read 3 books in one month
13. Poll
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How can breaking down big goals into smaller tasks help in achieving them?
  • By procrastinating on the smaller tasks
  • By abandoning the bigger goals altogether
  • By making them more manageable and less overwhelming
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Personal Learning Goals
Brainstorm all of the current goals that you are working towards in your different subjects. Number them in order based on urgency and importance.
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Wordcloud: What is your top learning goal right now?
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Group Brainstorm (5 mins)
17. Drawings
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Monitoring and Tracking Progress
Draw a method that you could use to monitor and track your progress towards your goals.
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Kick Those Goals
You have: prioritised your goal and chosen one to work on broken it down into specific steps or tasks Now: Work through each step and track your progress Stop to evaluate your progress and reassess your priorities for the future

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