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Fourth of a five-part series on redefining SMART in our schools

Fourth of a five-part series on redefining SMART in our schools

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    How SMART Are You? R = Risk Taking How SMART Are You? R = Risk Taking Presentation Transcript

    • Creating S.M.A.R.T. Students: High Achievement for All Presented by Angela Maiers, 2007
    • SMART Non-Examples Examples Characteristics Definition
      • All valuable things, material,
      • spiritual, and moral which we receive
      • from society can be traced back
      • through countless generations
      • to certain
      • amazing individuals .
      • ~Albert Einstein~
      Learning from Those Who Have Achieved
      • S: See Success:
      • YOUR ATTITUDE MATTERS!
      • M: Monitor and Manage
      • A: Ask Questions:
      • BE CURIOUS!
      • R: Risk Take:
      • Redefine F.E.A.R
      • PUSH YOURSELF!
      • T: Tools for Success
      ©Angela Maiers,2006 I’m thinking …
    • Unleashing Success
      • Phase One: Awareness
      • Phase Two: Knowledge
      • Phase Three: Action
      • Phase Four: Reflective Practice
    • S.M.A.R.T. Learners Are…
      • RISK TAKERS
    • Why is Taking a Risk Hard?
      • Old Paradigms
      • Fear of Failure
      • Comfort
    • Paradigm
      • A perceived set of rules we use for evaluating information and incorporating it into our lives
    •  
    • Redefining Failure
      • FAILURE= FEEDBACK!
      • What would you do if you know you would not or could not fail?
      • 1.
      • 2.
      • 3.
    • TASK: Use four straight lines to connect the dots (each dot must be used only once!)
    • TASK: Using only four straight lines-connect the dots (each dot must be used only once!)
    • Success Is…
      • The ability to take your skills and talents and apply them in a pursuit of something worthy.