What are SMART objectives?
SMART Objectives are: 1. Specific: Concrete, detailed, and well defined so that you know where you are going and what to expect when you arrive 2. Measurable: Numbers and quantities provide means of measurement and comparison 3. Achievable: feasible and easy to put into action 4. Realistic: Considers constraints such as resources, personnel, cost, and time frame 5. Time-Bound: A time frame helps to set boundaries around the objective
What does LCM stand for and how do you use it?
LCM stands for Least Common Multiple. To find the LCM of two numbers you need to first list the multiples for both numbers. Then circle all of common multiples. Once you do this select the lowest common multiple.
How is gender socially constructed?
Gender refers to a category of human beings that is outside the male/female binary classification and is based on the individual's personal awareness or identity. Originally gender was a term created to define if someone is male or female. In today's society the term gender now allows someone to define themselves based on whatever they identify as whether it is consist with their biological sex or not.