What is one word you would use to describe a goal that is smart?
Achieving Smart Goals
Set a goal that is specific and measurable. Create a timeline and break down the goal into small steps. Track your progress and make adjustments as needed.
Smart Goals are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely goals that empower individuals to achieve success.
SMART goals provide structure and guidance for students, helping them to stay focused and motivated in achieving their goals.
The SMART criteria helps students break down their goals into smaller, achievable tasks that can be tracked and measured over time.
Did you know?
Smart Goals can include a timeline, allowing you to measure your progress in a short amount of time. Smart Goals can be broken down into smaller steps, which can be used to track your progress. Setting Smart Goals can help you to become more organized and productive in your everyday life.
What do you think makes a goal 'smart'?
How can you use SMART goals to help you achieve something?
What kind of goals have you set for yourself in the past?
How can you use SMART goals to help you reach your goals?
Brain break: Draw a teepee in the middle of a jungle.
In pairs: Select one task
Question: How can you create a smart goal to improve your grades?
A smart goal should be specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-bound. Think about what grade you'd like to achieve and create a plan to make it happen. Break your bigger goal into smaller, more achievable goals.
A: Work in pairs to create a plan to reach your goal. B: Explain your plan through a drawing.
What does SMART stand for in SMART Goals?
- Simple, Memorable, Attainable, Realistic, Timely
- Strategic, Meaningful, Actionable, Results-oriented, Trackable
- Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-bound
Which component of SMART Goals focuses on making the objective clear and unambiguous?
Which component of SMART Goals emphasizes setting realistic and attainable targets?
What does the 'R' stand for in SMART Goals?
Why is it important to set time-bound goals in the SMART framework?
- To track progress
- To ensure accountability and stay motivated
- To create a sense of urgency and prioritize tasks
Work together in pairs: What is one action step that you can take this week to help you reach a SMART goal that you have set for yourself?