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GOAL SETTING. Spartanburg County School District Two. GBE Process. Review of Goal Approval Process-1. Orientation for teachers on March 15, 1999. Rough draft (goals and strategies) submitted to principal for review by March 26, 1999. Teacher revisions as needed

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spartanburg county school district two

GOAL SETTING

Spartanburg County School

District Two

review of goal approval process 1
Review of Goal Approval Process-1
  • Orientation for teachers on March 15, 1999.
  • Rough draft (goals and strategies) submitted to principal for review by March 26, 1999.
  • Teacher revisions as needed
  • Principal review of any revisions
  • Sampling of principal-approved goals and strategies will be selected by April 16, 1999 to determine consistency across the district.
  • District review
review of goal approval process 2
Review of Goal Approval Process-2
  • Selected samples returned and discussed with principals by April 30, 1999.
  • Principal meets with teacher for revisions (if any needed)
  • Formal approval of goals, strategies, monitoring process, and supportive evidence by May 30, 1999.
  • During August 1999, the principals will meet with teachers to ensure that the process is underway.
goals must be in the areas of
Goals Must Be in the Areas of:
  • Instruction
  • Student achievement
  • Professional growth
all goals should be
All Goals Should Be...
  • Specific:
    • Must clearly state what is to be accomplished.
  • Measurable:
    • Must be able to support with evidence.
all goals should be1
All Goals Should Be...
  • Challenging and Ambitious:
    • Must take energy and discipline.
    • Must be above and beyond what the teacher is presently doing.
    • Must relate to current teaching assignment.
  • Realistic:
    • Must be obtainable.
bottom line

Bottom Line...

All Goals Must Benefit Students!

what is the difference between goals and strategies
What is the difference between goals and strategies?
  • A goal is what the teacher plans to accomplish.
  • Strategies are the specific steps and/or activities required to achieve the goal.
  • Evaluation is based on the attainment of goals, not the completion of strategies.
what is a goal
What is a Goal?
  • Broad General Statement
  • Something that is measurable
  • Written with an Action Verb
sample student achievement goal 2
Sample Student Achievement Goal #2

To improve student achievement,I will improve my student’s verbal scores on the SAT by 100 points over the PSAT in my 11th grade Honors English classes.

sample student achievement goal 3
Sample Student Achievement Goal #3

To improve student achievement,95% of my 4th grade students will achieve 95% mastery on 4 minute timed-tests in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

sample student achievement goal 4
Sample Student Achievement Goal #4

To improve student achievement,95% of my algebra I students will achieve 80% on district end-of-course test.

sample student achievement goal 5
Sample Student Achievement Goal #5

To improve student achievement,80% of my students will score “basic” or above on PACT in reading, writing, and math.

sample student achievement goal 6
Sample Student Achievement Goal #6

To improve student achievement, 80% of the students will achieve 80% on the visual memory subtest of the CSAB.

sample student achievement goal 7
Sample Student Achievement Goal #7

To improve student achievement, I will improve the percentage of students successfully completing the Presidential Fitness Test by five percent.

sample instructional goal 1
Sample Instructional Goal #1

To improve instruction, I will effectively manage my classroom.

This type of goal may be assigned by the principal.

sample instructional goal 2
Sample Instructional Goal #2

To improve instruction, I will develop and implement thematic units for language arts and math based on PACT standards.

sample instructional goal 3 group
Sample Instructional Goal #3 (Group)

To improve instruction, along with the other 3rd grade teachers, I will develop an integrated social studies and S. C. history curriculum.

sample instructional goal 4
Sample Instructional Goal #4

To improve instruction, I will develop and use instructional materials to support the elementary Spanish program.

sample instructional goal 5
Sample Instructional Goal #5

To improve instruction, I will vary my instructional delivery to students.

sample instructional goal 6
Sample Instructional Goal #6

To improve instruction, I will increase instructional time-on-task for my students.

sample instructional goal 7
Sample Instructional Goal #7
  • To improve instruction, I will revise the scope and sequence of my 10th grade algebra course to eliminate non-essential skills and to align curriculum with state and local standards.
professional development goal team or mentor
Professional Development Goal--TEAM or Mentor
  • Selection and service as a mentor or TEAM evaluator will meet this requirement.
  • This is the only goal that can be banked.
developed professional development goal 3
Developed Professional Development Goal#3

To grow professionally, I will utilize computer technology in presentation, testing, and grading programs.

strategies
Strategies
  • Learn how to use Power Point.
  • Use Power Point to improve and update my AV presentations.
  • Learn how to use TestMaster program.
  • Convert all of my testing to TestMaster format.
strategies cont
Strategies (cont.)
  • Learn how to use grades management program.
  • Move all of my grades to management program.
quick review
Quick Review...
  • Goals should be worthwhile and must have substance.
  • Goals should be for some action beyond a teacher’s normal job.
  • Goals should emphasize growth by either the teacher, students, or the school.
  • Bottom line--All goals must benefit students.
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