Short Term Goals and Long Term Goals

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Short Term Mid Range Long Term Goals

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Goals can be categorized based on the time it takes to achieve them. Short term goals range from the present to one month. Mid-range goals are achieved from over one month to a year, and a long term goal is anything over a year. Creating a storyboard showing the progression of these goals might make reaching them seem more exciting and achievable, prompting students to take real life action.

In this activity, students will create visual representations of their different goals (short, mid, and long range). Understanding the importance of goal progression is an important learning objective. Usually, long term goals are the result of compounded short term goals. For example, a teacher’s goal to do well while student teaching is a prequel to a long term goal of landing a full-time position. Goal progression is important because it lowers the overwhelming stress of long term goals, while motivating the individual to continue to move forward.


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Students will be making a visual of a short term goal, mid range goal, and a long term goal.

  1. Click "Start Assignment".
  2. Title the first cell with Short Term Goal. Create a visual of your short term goal and describe it in the description box.
  3. Title the second cell with Mid Range Goal. Create a visual of your mid range goal and describe it in the description box.
  4. Title the third cell with Long Term Goal. Create a visual of your long term goal and describe it in the description box.
  5. Save and submit the assignment.
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