WHAT MAKES A GOAL A S.M.A.R.T. GOAL!
Two Types of S.M.A.R.T.
Process Goals: Student Result Goals:
Focuses on the implementation Provides measurable and quantitive
of a program, curriculum or feedback on how students are
instructional strategy learning.
All S.M.A.R.T. Goals
The goal states exactly what is to be
Can be objectively assessed.
You should be able to see change occur.
The goal can be accomplished in the time
Goal still must challenge the teacher,
organization, or group of students.
Essential for success in improving one’s
professional practice (Process Goal)
Essential for success in improving
student achievement (Student Result
Clearly addresses how long, how often,
at speciﬁc times and other issues of
Puts an end point on the goal, for a
clear target to work towards.
Examples of S.M.A.R.T
Process Goal: Use a form of Formative
assessment every week or every other week
(schedule dependent) to gauge where students are in
the content knowledge.
Student Result Goal: By midterm of ﬁrst
trimester, all students who scored a 0 or 1 (out of
5) on fractions section of pre-assessment will
show growth of at least 2 points on the post-
MAKE YOUR GOALS
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