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1 Classroom SMART goals

2 Ground rules created by students Classroom mission statements Classroom & student measurable goals Quality tools and PDSA used regularly The Continuous Improvement Classroom Classroom data centers Classroom meetings facilitated by students Student-led conferences Student data folders

3 Class & Student Goals Set the Target Focus on learning & achievement Focus on learning & achievement SMART Goals are: SMART Goals are: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Results-Oriented & Time Bound Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Results-Oriented & Time Bound Aligned to the SIP & Curricular standards Aligned to the SIP & Curricular standards Based on data Based on data

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5 Goal –Process Determine areas in greatest need of improvement? Determine areas in greatest need of improvement? Examine: Examine: Standards and benchmarks Standards and benchmarks SIP SIP Individual student data Individual student data Student specific Student specific

6 Goals Empower Students Common focus Common focus Target for achievement Target for achievement Communicate what is important Communicate what is important Build community & engagement Build community & engagement

7 What Are SMART GOALS? S S pecific, strategic M M easurable A A ttainable R R esults-oriented T T ime-bound

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9 Crucial Questions What evidence do we have of the learning? How will do we respond when some students dont learn? What do we want each student to know or be able to do?

10 Student Crucial Questions What do I need to know? What do I need to know? Where am I now? Where am I now? How do I get there? How do I get there? What happens if I fail? What happens if I fail?

11 In my Classroom System Question : What will I do to establish and communicate learning goals, track student progress and celebrate success? Question : What will I do to establish and communicate learning goals, track student progress and celebrate success? Are the learning targets clear? Are the learning targets clear?

12 Answer: Align goals to Align goals to SIP SIP Standards and Benchmarks Standards and Benchmarks Goal based on data & identified areas of need Goal based on data & identified areas of need Use classroom process Use classroom process 1. Post school SIP goals 2. Write classroom SMART goals 3. Track in classroom data center 4. Students set & track goals in data folder

13 Students Ask What do I need to know or do? Where am I now? How will I get there? What happens if I struggle?

14 Success……. SIP Goal Classroom / Curriculum Goal Learning/ Scaffold Target

15 Long term (What do I need to Know) Long term (What do I need to Know) Short Term (How will I get there) Short Term (How will I get there) Steps…..target… Steps…..target… Build confidence - I can learn this! Build confidence - I can learn this! Track progress in classroom data center Track progress in classroom data center Students set & track goals in data folder Students set & track goals in data folder How close am I to the target? How close am I to the target? I can see my progress I can see my progress Set short term targets that step up to long term goal! Classroom SMART Goals

16 Goal Process Classroom & Student Identify the Learning Expectation Identify the Learning Expectation Deconstruct it to enabling targets Deconstruct it to enabling targets Transform to student friendly version Transform to student friendly version Create accurate classroom assessments Create accurate classroom assessments Use w/students to chart growth Use w/students to chart growth Data center Data center Data folder Data folder What gets measured gets done. What gets measured gets done.

17 SMART Goal - SIP to Classroom Original: During the school year, SAMPLE school will increase students proficiency in vocabulary skills in the non- proficient student subgroups as measured by the ITBS vocabulary sub test assessment Original: During the school year, SAMPLE school will increase students proficiency in vocabulary skills in the non- proficient student subgroups as measured by the ITBS vocabulary sub test assessment will have a better understanding of words as measured by a 10% reduction of errors in vocabulary on weekly writing assignments. will have a better understanding of words as measured by a 10% reduction of errors in vocabulary on weekly writing assignments. Kid Friendly: This year, Mr. Marinos 3 rd grade class… Kid Friendly: This year, Mr. Marinos 3 rd grade class…

18 Student Goal (in data folder): This year, I will focus on getting better at learning the meaning of words. I will measure how Im doing by keeping track of the number of errors I have in vocabulary usage on the weekly writing prompts we do in class. Student Goal (in data folder): This year, I will focus on getting better at learning the meaning of words. I will measure how Im doing by keeping track of the number of errors I have in vocabulary usage on the weekly writing prompts we do in class. Classroom SMART Goal (Kid Friendly): This year, Mr. Marinos 3 rd grade class will have a better understanding of words as measured by a 10% reduction in vocabulary errors in weekly writing assignments. Classroom SMART Goal (Kid Friendly): This year, Mr. Marinos 3 rd grade class will have a better understanding of words as measured by a 10% reduction in vocabulary errors in weekly writing assignments. Classroom to Student

19 SMART & Kid Friendly? We want to improve math… We want to improve math…Vs. Mrs. Martins class will increase our skills in math problem solving by 10% this year as indicated on the bi-weekly quizzes. Mrs. Martins class will increase our skills in math problem solving by 10% this year as indicated on the bi-weekly quizzes.

20 Goal Process Classroom & Student Identify the Learning Expectation Identify the Learning Expectation Deconstruct it to enabling targets Deconstruct it to enabling targets Transform to student friendly version Transform to student friendly version Create accurate classroom assessments Create accurate classroom assessments Use w/students to chart growth Use w/students to chart growth Data center Data center Data folder Data folder What gets measured gets done. What gets measured gets done.

21 Scaffold skills Deconstruct into scaffolding Deconstruct into scaffolding What are the enabling skills? What are the enabling skills? Reading comprehension Reading comprehension Main ideaMain idea Cause & effectCause & effect SequencingSequencing

22 Fraction - Part of a whole Identifies Equivalent Fractions Improper to Mixed Fractions to Decimals Fractions to Percents We did it! Hoover Elementary School

23 Scaffold Activity

24 Goals Empower Students Common focus Common focus Target for achievement Target for achievement Communicate what is important Communicate what is important Build community & engagement Build community & engagement Motivation Motivation

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26 Goal Sheet with Action Plan


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