Bullet Journaling (strategy) Bullet journaling is a flexible way to individualize your organization and goal setting. The goal of the journal is to monitor your progress with less clutter. There are a number of templates available to use to track progress on and meet goals.
S.M.A.R.T. Goal Setting (strategy) This strategy helps students break down the process of establishing goals by making them realistic and manageable. It is a strategy they use later during their personal project, so it is great to familiarize them with it earlier.
SWOT Analysis (strategy) This strategy helps students analyze their strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. It can be used before creating and after carrying out a goal to determine its effectiveness, or it can be used to evaluate a system or organization.
Theory of Change (strategy) This strategy helps students define goals and the path they need to take to accomplish them. It also helps students spot risks or problems that might occur so they can prepare for them in advance and look for solutions. It is particularly a great tool to use when focusing on service as action and steps students can take to create change.