SMART Goals Can Inspire Progress Toward Learning

This is part two of a three-post series on SMART goals.

In the first post of this series, we explained how SMART goals focus upon problem solving, precision, and responsibility toward lifelong learning. In this post, we will examine how we can inspire and motivate our students to realize success on their own path to achievement.

As our students embark on a journey toward responsible goal setting, we can begin to personalize the learning process in student-centered classrooms. Student-centered classrooms recognize students as sole proprietors in charge of their own achievement; however, many students struggle to be motivated while finding ways to connect with appropriately challenging work that deepens their learning.1

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