This short article outlines each letter of the SMART Goals framework as well as gives strategies for achieving your goals. It is very concise, so it is a good group discussion guide where you start with that is on the article and then the class fleshes out each of the components.
This ebook is a self contained activity on goal setting. While it states that it can be used for 5th grade, it is also very helpful for middle or high school students. I have found my students also like the color and layout, which is useful to get them interested.
This book starts with a short introduction to goal setting and then provides several printable worksheets and activities to help students set goals. I like this resource because it allows me to have a variety of activities and worksheets on hand for if I want to change a lesson from semester to semester or to meet different institutional goals.
This lesson plan on SMART Goals specifically will lead students through the process of establishing goals for themselves. This is a good way to follow up the videos or discussion on goals to have them apply what they have learned.
This video really focuses on the one-step-at-a-time portion of achieving goals. This part is important for students who want to achieve big things but are overwhelmed by what they need to do to get there.
This video explains the importance of goal setting and the SMART Goals framework. I really like the examples they give in the video of general goals and then making them stronger with the SMART framework.