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Transcript of SMART Goals
SMART goals 2011-2012 Data Why SMART Goals? What is a SMART Goal? Conclusion is here! is important is important too Strategic & Specific
Time-bound "...you'll actually make greater progress on closing gaps in all areas if you focus on deeply improving just one area" "The reasons most people never reach their
goals is that they don't define them...Winners can tell you where they are going, what they plan to do along the way, and who will be sharing the adventure with them..." Denis Watley How did we do? Dana Middle School SMART goals for 2010-2011:
Dana Middle School students will improve overall proficiency on the California Standards Test (CST) in English/Language Arts in reading comprehension from 66% to 75% by 2011 by emphasizing comprehension strategies in all subject areas.
Results: 68% proficiency
Dana Middle School students will increase overall proficiency on the California Standards Test (CST) in Math 10 percentage points at each grade level by 2011 by emphasizing problem-solving and real life equations in all subject areas through:
• Ratios/Proportions/Percentages/Fractions (6th grade) 49% current 2010
• Rational Numbers (Pre-Algebra) 52.7% current 2010
• Linear Equations (Algebra I) 39% current 2010
What student learning issues are we succeeding in addressing?
What student learning issues are we struggling with most? How do we write a SMART goal? Wiseburn students will improve overall proficiency on the California Standards Test for ____ from ___ to ___ by 2012. This goal will be met through the continued focus on _________________ and a new focus on ______________.
Use these goals when
reviewing Learning Targets
and lesson development Ideas Big and.... ... small