2.14: Let’s practice! Writing Outcome statements

Enter information in the boxes to build outcome statements for programs you work with.

Check your outcome statements. Use the SMART criteria to write clear, useful outcomes.

  • Specific: concrete; who or what is expected to change
  • Measurable: can see, hear, count, smell it
  • Attainable: likely to be achieved
  • Results-oriented: meaningful, valued results
  • Timed: target date

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