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o Measurable – How will you know you’ve achieved your goal? o Attainable – Is it something you have control over? o Results-oriented – is the goal within your resources, knowledge, and time?
o Timebound – Is there enough time to achieve the goal, but not too much time? Review the day’s activities Ask each student to share one thing they learned or will take away and use in preparation for next week’s session. Ask if there are questions. On goal notecard students are to answer the SMART goal questions. School counselor will keep copies of each card and within the last month of the school year meet with each participant in group counseling to ensure the completion of the goal. If the goal is not completed, school counselor will explore options for individual counseling of students to assist with goal planning and achieving. Posttest Planning and achieving goals does not require organization or a set deadline? A. True B. False Steps to planning and achieving goals include all the following except: A. Setting a goal completion date. B. Brainstorm what needs to happen to achieve the goal. C. Consider your abilities and knowledge. D. Ask others to complete tasks for you. E. Create a SMART goal. 3) Student identifies ASCA Standards and core academic standards covered in Session #1 and Session #2. Session 1 Common Core standards Mathematics Standards 6.EE Expressions and Equations ASCA Standards B-LS 7. Identify long- and short-term academic, career and social/emotional goals Session 2 Common Core Standards Language Arts
CC.6.W.1 Text Types and purposes: Write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence.
4) Student discusses the importance of supporting theoretical orientations and techniques in school counseling prevention and intervention programs.

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