Making SMART Goals Worksheet Activity

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Making SMART Goals Worksheet

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Visualizing goals is just one step in achieving them. Students can choose to use the goal they've created a storyboard for or set another goal for themselves. Following the SMART acronym, Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Realistic, and Time, students will make a goal for themselves for the year. In a month or in a few months (at your discretion), have students refer back to the worksheet. Are they still on the path toward their goal? What things might they have to adjust in order to keep going? Students may make tweaks as necessary, understanding that sometimes things don't go according to plan, but there's always a way to keep moving forward!

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