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Academic Sklls Terms

Key introductory terms for students in Academic Skills

acronym an abbreviation formed from the initial letters of other words and pronounced as a word (such as ASAP, NASA, SMART, Berlin PRIDE)
analyze examine methodically and in detail the constitution or structure of something typically for the purpose of explanation and interpretation.
desire what someone wants to accomplish
evaluate to assess the progress that one has made towards accomplishing a set goal
goal statement a specific plan of action a person plans to take in one or more areas of her or his life in order to obtain a desired outcome
short-term goal something that you want to do in the near future
long-term goal something that you want to accomplish in the future that require time and planning; they are the accumulation of many short-term goals
SMART goal This is a goal statement that is specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timed.
specific clearly defined or identified
measurable The ability to clearly determine if the goal was completed is built into the goal
attainable The goal must be capable of being completed with the tools, skills, time, and knowledge that one has.
relevant mattering to you and your desired outcome
timed a set and measurable date, hours, and/or minutes within which a goal will be accomplished
paradigm the way you see something; your point of view; frame of reference or belief
principle a fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior
Created by: MrReise



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