SMART Goals Bring Focus to Teacher Instruction


SMART Goals have the power to create increased focus and attention on the greatest concerns with student achievement in every school and district. SMART goals are goals that are:

S – Specific and Strategic
M – Measurable
A – Attainable
R – Results-based
T – Timebound

In the following video segment, see how a group of educators uses SMART goals to approach the low reading and language skills in their school.

Also, join the SMART Goals Learning Community in PD 360 and you will find highly useful documents and video segments that support SMART School Improvement, from a vision of what a SMART School looks like, to an assessment of where your school is relative to that vision, to templates and rubrics designed to help you assure that your goals are SMART. You will discover more about the SMART Measurement System and have the ongoing opportunity to learn with and from colleagues as the community grows in both participation and the resources offered.

To learn more about this topic, watch the following PD 360 video segment (Legacy: How will we get there?). Use your PD 360 log in and password to access the segment. If you do not have a log in, you can follow the same link for access.   PD 360 is the finest online on-demand professional development suite for educators.

SMART Goals Bring Focus to Teacher Instruction PD 360 Video Segment