Students can identify differences between long- and short-term goals and the importance of setting them.
Students can build goals that are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely.
Students can break down their goals into smaller tasks and create a plan using these tasks that will enable them to reach their goals.
Time Management and Scheduling
Students can schedule their time for the week and follow those schedules to work toward their goals.
The president of McLarin Academy has proposed three semester-long competitions in an effort to get students thinking about their long-term goals. As a student at the academy, students must choose at least one long-term goal from these three competitions, helping other characters along the way as they learn to set goals and manage their time to meet those goals.
Advance U: Learning Strategies blends game-based learning with cutting-edge psychology to teach students the concepts of goal setting and time management. The game is designed for students in 11th-12th grade.
Use the game as part of your own lesson or use this free lesson to integrate the game into your classroom.
Lesson URL: https://learn.k20center.ou.edu/lesson/328