Goals have been an important piece of the Evergreen education from as far back as Janet can remember (and that is a long time).Teachers noticed a need to streamline the process for goal setting and make it accessible to all involved.
Who are we?
Volunteers from each grade level advisor as well as our counselor and tech teacher.
3. Why set SMART goals
The upper division wantsa system that
Is meaningful (teaches the process and the need for setting and attaining goals).
Is consistent between grade levels while allowing for each grade levels particular needs.
We can search by subject, grade, advisor, student and year.
We can add to, change, update and use with parents at conferences.
Is easyto use by teachers and students.
4. Committee Brainstorm
All upper division Advisors become acquainted and more comfortable with the Student Moodle Goal Setting Tool. My goal is to teach you how to use Moodle and gain familiarity with the system
All teachers to use Moodle and help students to write/organize their goals.
Teachers will leave this presentation with familiarity of how students will be using Moodle to input their goals.
For all to understand how this tool is useful
Teachers logging on, teachers have used it with their students, teachers finding where students need to go to
5. SMART goals
6. Committee Smart Goals
Our goal is to teach the SMART goal process and support teachers in using Moodle. We will know that we have reached this goal by the students and teachers use of the system at their goals conference.
7. Your goal
Write a goal for this workshop and share it with the person next to you using the SMART process.
Check your partners goal!
SMART Goal Checklist
9. Link to Moodle http://teachers.evergreenschool.org/moodle
Input our goal
Share examples and input a few
How to search longitudinally, student, advisor, subject (link)
Show examples of a student goal at each grade level (link).
10. Themes for each grade
4th - What are goals and why are they important(Students are taught how to set and achieve goals)
5th-Responsibility (Now that you have an understanding of how to set goals, how do you take on and accept responsibility for achieving them?)
6th-Independence(With less guidance from teachers how do you set goals that are of importance to you and then what steps are needed to achieve goals on your own?)
7th-Know Self(Looking at yourself and your needs, emotionally and academically what goals do you need to set and how can you achieve them?)
8th-Transition(What goals do you have for the future, i.e. high school, how can you transition to the next step in life)
11. Topics in goal setting
12. Self Awareness
Begin to pay attention to the ways that my actions and thoughts affect my daily choices.
13. Self-Management Skills
How might I go about changing my actions and thoughts so that I can begin to move toward accomplishing my goal?
14. Relationship Skills
How might my relationships with my classmates, friends, family and teachers affect my ability to move toward accomplishing my goals?How might I gain support from classmates, friends, family and teachers?What relationship patterns may need to change so that I can accomplish my goals?
15. Decision-making Skills
Develop awareness around the decisions that I make daily and how they impact my ability to accomplish my goals.What decision can I make that would have a positive impact on my goals?
16. Topics in goal setting
Self Awareness : Begin to pay attention to the ways that my actions and thoughts affect my daily choices.
Self-Management Skills : How might I go about changing my actions and thoughts so that I can begin to move toward accomplishing my goal?
Social Awareness : Begin to pay attention to the ways that my actions and thoughts are affected by my interactions with my classmates, friends, family and teachers.How do these interactions affect my daily choices?
Relationship Skills : How might my relationships with my classmates, friends, family and teachers affect my ability to move toward accomplishing my goals?How might I gain support from classmates, friends, family and teachers?What relationship patterns may need to change so that I can accomplish my goals?
Decision-making Skills : Develop awareness around the decision that I make daily and how they impact my ability to accomplish my goals.What decision can I make that would have a positive impact on my goals?
17. Log on to Moodle
Log on using your user name
(i.e. jcharnley) and your e-mail password.
Under course categories- click on Goals
18. Timeline (edit)
Advisors input goals for two week period
Remember the theme for your grade:
Goes to specialist to input for a week
Back to advisor to review and revise
Conferences- share with parents add to at or after conferences as needed.
Check on goals progress
Final goals check in and assessment for portfolio
Login and check in on your own goal in moodle
Show portfolio and reflection
20. Where can I get Support?
Ask for support with SMART goals from Janet and Lina in the Intermediate and Greg and Mara in the Middle School.
Ask for support with Moodle from Alicia and Lindsey Own.