Presentation on theme: "Taking the SMART Approach with SMART Goals By Juvy Cariño, Pamela DeVera, Bernadeth Gumataotao, Jana Salas, and Tricia San Nicolas L.P. Untalan Middle."— Presentation transcript:
Taking the SMART Approach with SMART Goals By Juvy Cariño, Pamela DeVera, Bernadeth Gumataotao, Jana Salas, and Tricia San Nicolas L.P. Untalan Middle School
Norms and Ground Rules Refrain from sidebar discussions Everyone participates Signal when completed Focus on improvement—any complaint must be accompanied by a solution Turn off technology or leave on vibrate Be an active listener— don’t be judgmental PRODUCTIVE SESSION
Introductory Activity: KWL In front of you are Post-It notes. For each school, please share ONE idea that you know about Professional Learning Communities (PLC’s). Write the idea in the Post-It note. Next, decide on ONE burning question that your group has regarding PLC’s. Write the question in the Post-It note. Stick the Post-It notes on the designated butcher papers. At the end of this session, you will be given a third colored Post-It note. Write a statement of what you have learned.
Dufour’s 3 Big Ideas STUDENT LEARNING COLLABORATION RESULTS PLC
Four Guide Questions 1. What do we want students to know? 3. What do we do when they don’t learn it? 2. How do we know when they’ve learned it? 4. What do we do when they’ve learned it?
The Framework for an ideal Middle School Vision Collaborative Leadership Personalization Rigor Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction Dufour’s PLC Teaming Differentiated Instruction Significant Student Achievement
Definition of SMART Goals S= Strategic and Specific M= Measurable A= Attainable R= Results-oriented T= Time-bound Developed by Conzemius & O’Neill (2002).
Sample GOAL District Action Plan Goal 2: All students in Guam Department of Education will successfully progress from grade to grade and from one level of schooling to another in order to maximize opportunities to successfully graduate from high school. Objective 2.1: Beginning SY , GDOE will increase the percentage of students performing at Level 3 (Proficient) by at least 5% each grade level as measured by SAT10 or the adopted norm-referenced test per year. School Goal: 70% of all students will improve SAT-10 performance levels to at least Level 3 (Proficient) and increase scores by 5% in each content area for SY
Sample GOAL S= M= A= R= T= 70% of all students Performance level 3, increase 5% Gap is small between present and desired performance levels Improved SAT-10 performance levels/scores SY School Goal: 70% of all students will improve SAT-10 performance levels to at least Level 3 (Proficient) and increase scores by 5% in each content area for SY
Example of Academic SMART Goal LA Reading Math Discipline/Behavior
Hands-On Activity You are given a blank SMART goal template to complete. Sample templates were shown. Fill in the template based on your school’s behavior data (SWIS, Powerschool) Time allotted: 45 minutes
Wrap-up & Evaluation Please write ONE nugget that you have gained from this SMART goal session, and post it on the last empty butcher paper. Also, please complete the evaluation sheet.
Thank You We hope you take the SMART approach by using SMART goals at your school.