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Setting SMART Goals

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    • 1. Setting SMART Goals 2011-12
    • 2. Why is setting goals important?
    • 3. What is a SMART Goal?• Specific• Measurable• Action• Realistic & Relevant• Timely
    • 4. Specific Goal I am going to study better. vs. I will improve my study skills to get atleast an 80% on my tests in math class.
    • 5. Measurable Goal I am going to get A’s on all of the tests this quarter. vs.I will increase my test scores by at least 10% by studying my notes for 20 minutes a day 5 days before the tests.
    • 6. Action Goal I am going to get a better grade in science. vs.I will turn in all of my assignments andstudy for tests in advance to get at least a B in science class this quarter.
    • 7. Realistic & Relevant GoalI am going to A’s on all of my essays in Humanities. vs. To improve my essay writing this quarter, I will get feedback on my writing from my teacher andclassmates. I will use the feedback to improve my work.
    • 8. Timely GoalI’m going to learn iMovie this quarter. vs.I will learn how to create, edit and save an iMovie project by the end of 2nd quarter.
    • 9. Now, it’s your turn to set a goal.
    • 10. SpecificWhat exactly do youwant to accomplish in this class?
    • 11. Measurable How will you knowyou’ve accomplished your goal?
    • 12. MeasurableHow will you measure your progress and success?
    • 13. ActionWhat will you DO to accomplish your goal?
    • 14. Action What will yourbiggest challenges be?
    • 15. Realistic & RelevantHow do you know you can do this?
    • 16. TimelyWhen will youaccomplish your goal?When will you do theactions to accomplishyour goal?

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