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For this assignment, you will work on setting goals for yourself using the SMART method. You will find an explanation of this method in the module that will guide you in your goal-setting process. You will list a minimum of five professional goals that you would like to accomplish during the clinical experience in this term. For each goal, you must provide an explanation of how the goal is representative of each of the SMART characteristics: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timely. Be sure to answer the following questions for each goal summary: Can you measure it? Is it attainable? Is it realistic? What is the time frame you have set for completing that goal?

Format:

Each goal summary should be at least 100 words – totaling 500 words for this assignment (added to the speaker notes). The presentation is original work and logically organized,?formatted, and cited in the current APA style, including citation of references.  The presentation should consist of 10-15 slides (excluding the introduction and reference page).?

SMART Goals

How to Format a PowerPoint Presentation in APA Style (Links to an external site.)

Goodwin University. (2019, October).

APA style – 7th edition

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https://goodwin.libguides.com/c.php?g=29109&p=7298…

Grading Rubric

SMART Goals Rubric Spring 2022SMART Goals Rubric Spring 2022CriteriaRatingsPtsSpecific

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8 to >5 pts

Exemplary

The goal is personal and identifies areas of weakness in clinical practice. The goal is detailed and clearly focused on the specific skills, behaviors, and/or knowledge outlined in the course objectives

5 to >3 pts

Distinguished

The goal is personal and identifies areas of weakness in clinical practice. There is a lack of focus and detail on the specific skills, behaviors, and/or knowledge outlined in the course objectives

3 to >0 pts

Developing

The goal is personal and identifies areas of weakness in clinical practice. Details on the specific skills, behaviors and/or knowledge outlined in the course objectives are not provided.

0 pts

Novice

The goal is general and does not address areas of weakness in clinical practice. The goal displays no specificity, is general and vague.

/ 8 pts

Measureable

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8 to >5 pts

Exemplary

Measures have been identified that will demonstrate learning, results, and/or progress as related to the described goal.

5 to >3 pts

Distinguished

A method of measuring has been identified but it does not directly link to or connect with the described go.

3 to >0 pts

Developing

The method listed for measurement is rather general and does not directly link to or connect with the described goal

0 pts

Novice

Not at all measurable – no method of measurement indicated

/ 8 pts

Achievable/Ambitious

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8 to >5 pts

Exemplary

The goal set forth is realistic, motivating, challenging, and can be achievable within the term. There is a clear process described to support achievability.

5 to >3 pts

Distinguished

The goal set forth is realistic; however, the achievability may not require much challenge, or the achievability may be incredibly challenging to achieve within the term. The process is mentioned but lacks clarity.

3 to >0 pts

Developing

The goal is realistic, however the time frame does not support success. There is no process that supports achievability.

0 pts

Novice

The goal is not at all within reason and cannot be achieved.

/ 8 pts

Relevant

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8 to >5 pts

Exemplary

The goal has a strong connection to the course objectives, the student’s history, current interests, and/or demonstrated abilities.

5 to >3 pts

Distinguished

The goal has some connection to the course objectives, the student’s history, current interests and/or demonstrated abilities.

3 to >0 pts

Developing

The goal has only a slight connection to the course objectives, the student’s history, current interests and/or demonstrated abilities.

0 pts

Novice

The goal has no connection to the course objectives.

/ 8 pts

Timely

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8 to >5 pts

Exemplary

The goal has a definite date of what will be accomplished by this date and is linked to the measurables. Is within the time frame of this term.

5 to >3 pts

Distinguished

The goal has an indefinite date of what will be accomplished by this date and is linked to the measurables. It is within the time frame of this term.

3 to >0 pts

Developing

The goal has an indefinite date of what will be accomplished by this date but does not link to the measurables.

0 pts

Novice

Has no dates and/or is over a period far beyond this term.

/ 8 pts

Use of Citations, Writing Mechanics and APA Formatting Guidelines

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5 to >3 pts

Exemplary

References page contains more than required current scholarly academic reference and text reference.. Follows APA guidelines of components: double space, 12 pt. font, abstract, level headings, hanging indent. Rules of grammar, usage and punctuation are followed; spelling is correct.

3 to >2 pts

Distinguished

References page contains one current scholarly academic resource and text reference. Follows most APA guidelines of components: double space, 12 pt. font, abstract, level headings, hanging indent. Few grammatical errors, but sentences could be clearer and more precise.

2 to >0 pts

Developing

References page contains one current or outdated scholarly academic resource. Many errors of APA guidelines: double space, 12 pt. font, abstract, level headings, hanging indent. Paper contains few grammatical, punctuation and spelling errors.

0 pts

Novice

References page contains no current scholarly academic resources, only internet webpages or no reference page. Lack of APA guidelines for references provided. Paper contains numerous grammatical, punctuation, and spelling errors.

/ 5 pts

PowerPoint Slides

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5 to >3 pts

Exemplary

PowerPoint presentation contains 10-15 slides. All parts of the assignment are completed fully and described in the PowerPoint presentation in detail.

3 to >2 pts

Distinguished

PowerPoint presentation contains 10-15 slides. All parts of the project are completed partially and described in the PowerPoint presentation.

2 to >0 pts

Developing

PowerPoint presentation contains fewer than 10 slides, or some slides are incomplete or not relevant to the required content of the presentation.

0 pts

Novice

PointPoint presentation contains fewer than 10 slides and /or is missing several parts of the required content.

  
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