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Work smarter, not harder: SMART goals keep key objectives in focus

By Joan Richardson

The teacher was sceptical about SMART goals. She had been through planning and goal-setting before. She expected SMART goals to be another addition to her workload that would offer little or nothing to improve what she cared about most, her instruction and her students’ learning.

Tree diagram

 


Tree diagram for SMART climate goals

 


Tree diagram for SMART writing goals for middle school students

 


5 meetings for developing SMART goals

 

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