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Title: Setting Meaningful Goals


1
Setting Meaningful Goals
  • Making the most of your
  • tutoring sessions

2
What is a goal?
  • The difference between a goal and a dream is
    the written word.
  • -Gene Donohue
  • Vision without action is merely a dream.
  • Action without vision just passes the time.
  • Vision with action can change the world.
  • -Joel Barker

3
Why set goals?
  • Give structure to your plans
  • Provides forward momentum
  • Keeps everything in check
  • Focuses your work

4
SMART Goals
  • Specific
  • Measurable
  • Action Oriented
  • Realistic
  • Time-Sensitive

5
Specific
  • Not open ended
  • Focus on a skill or strategy
  • Detail, detail, detail
  • Swim 15 laps 3 times per week
  • Get in shape

6
Measurable
  • How much?
  • How many?
  • Did I accomplish what I intended to accomplish?
  • Loose 40 lbs
  • Loose weight

7
Action-Oriented
  • Positive vs. negative
  • What your tutee will be able to do
  • Run 3 miles in 30 minutes
  • Run fast
  • Avoid fast food
  • Dont eat fatty foods

8
Realistic
  • Take baby steps
  • Dont shoot too high or too low
  • What is most important?
  • Fell better about the way I look
  • Look like Mr. Universe

9
Time Sensitive
  • Beginning and ending dates
  • How often?
  • Work out 3 times a week for 5 weeks
  • Go to the gym

10
Examples
  1. Darrin will increase his comprehension and become
    a better reader.
  2. Darrin will learn to spell short vowel words.
  3. Darrin will organize his writing.

11
Planning for Future Lessons
  • Divide your goal into objectives
  • Think about resources youll need
  • Set deadlines
  • How will you assess your success?
  • Progress monitoring
  • End result

12
Davids Example
  • David will organize his writing to include a
    logical sequence and transitions between ideas.
  • Find out what motivates David (lesson 1)
  • Brainstorm possible writing projects (lesson 2)
  • Research topic (lessons 2-4)
  • Use graphic organizers (lessons 2-4)
  • List transitional words (lessons 3-4)
  • Write drafts using graphic organizers and
    transitions (lessons 5-6)
  • Publish (lesson 7)

13
Goal Setting Payoffs
  • You get to be successful!
  • You make positive changes in your tutees life!
  • You send your tutee away know that s/he has
    skills and strategies to help them become
    successful!
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