This SMART goal setting worksheet will help you measure your business goals against the SMART criteria in order to determine if your goals are achievable and worthy of your time.
Illustrated criteria makes filling out rubrics easier and better for visual learners. - art rubric - getting quality work done - rubric kit - assessing elementary art -
Here Are Some Business Goals That Follow the SMART Criteria
SMART Goals--for student goal setting.
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Writing Checklist - Narrative
Writing Checklist - A great beginning for a developing ability to write. It breaks writing into sections that a student can work on at a time. MamaPat
Fooducate. Students will analyze the food label and tell what is good vs. what is bad in this food product. We will then scan it to see what score it gets. Note: They use a different grading system then I do. (Different criteria. Must explain to students. Find this information at website under "about". http://blog.fooducate.com/nutrition-101/
The SMART method is used to think critically about the goals you want to achieve whether they be short term or long term. It is important to set these goals as well as follow through with them (In-class Discussion, January 20, 2014).
Activity Builder is a new feature in Smart Notebook 11. It allows you to create fun drag and drop activities that are great to use with primary kids. Students also receive instant feed back by having their selected response accepted or rejected based on the criteria set in the activity. Have fun smart boarding!