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defining smart goals

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  • Advanced Learning Strategies Goal Setting Elona Hartjes 2009
  • Setting Goals the SMART Way Elona Hartjes 2009
    • Smart goals are
    • S pecific
    • M easurable
    • A ttainable
    • R ealistic
    • T imed
    Elona Hartjes 2009
    • Specific goals answer the questions
    • What are you going to do?
    • Why do you want to do it?
    • How are your going to do it?
    • Elona Hartjes 2009
    Use action words
  • Measureable goals have concrete criteria for measuring progress Elona Hartjes 2009 Time Amount Date
  • Attainable goals are goals that use your strengths to help you achieve them. Elona Hartjes 2009 Know your strengths and how to use them to best advantage.
  • Realistic goals are goals that you can actually reach. You may have to try a bit harder but you can do it. Elona Hartjes 2009 Keep going you're almost there!
  • Timely goals set a target date for you to reach your goals. The target can be days, weeks, months or years. Set short term, medium term and long term goals
                      • Long
    • Smart goals
    • S pecific
    • M easurable
    • A ttainable
    • R ealistic
    • T imed
  • Elona Hartjes 2009 Congratulations! Now you're ready to set SMART goals.