Presentation on theme: "Using SMART Goals to Improve Achievement Cleveland County Schools September 26, 2011."— Presentation transcript:
Using SMART Goals to Improve Achievement Cleveland County Schools September 26, 2011
Are you Goal Oriented? Think/Pair/Share
Career & College: Ready, Set, Go! NC State Board of Education Mission: “Every public school student will graduate from high school, globally competitive for work and postsecondary education and prepared for life in the 21st Century.” 3
NC Executive Standards
The Sixth Standard for Teachers: 6
Effective Teachers 7 Student Growth Meets Expectations Proficient or Higher on All Standards Effective Teacher Student Growth Exceeds Expected Growth Accomplished or Higher on All Standards Highly Effective Teacher
The Eighth Standard for Administrators: 8
What are SMART goals? At your home table, number off 1-4. Join your number group. Read the article. Be able to answer: –What are the key components of SMART goals? –What are 3 benefits of using SMART goals? –How can this be applied to writing a PDP?
Identify and Practice #1
Identify and Practice #2
Identify and Practice #3
SMART goals and the PDP
Writing SMART goals Think of a teacher that you will be working with to create his/her PDP. What does this teacher need to achieve? How will he/she achieve it? Use the graphic organizer to draft a goal or two for this teacher. Share out at your table.
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Contact Information Jessica Garner Professional Development Lead, Region 6 (704) Frances Harris-Burke, Ed.D. Professional Development Lead, Region 5 (336)