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Abbreviated SMART Goal

Setting Student Academic

Progress Form

SMART Goal Setting for Student Academic Progress Form

Teacher’s Name Tech Know

Subject/Grade Intro to Health & Medical Science School Year ____ - ____
Directions: This form is a tool to assist teachers in setting a SMART goal that results in measurable
learner progress. NOTE: When applicable, learner achievement/progress should be the focus of the
goal. Enter information electronically into the cells (the boxes will expand to fit the text).

Initial Goal Submission (due by 9/30 to the evaluator)

I. Setting (Describe the population This is a class of juniors and seniors at the Career Center. There are
and special learning 18 students enrolled in the class and they are seeking a standard or
advanced diploma.
II. Content/Subject/Field Area (The The course is a Career and Technical class in the Health and Medical
area/topic addressed based on Science pathway. The class is Intro to Health & Medical Science.
learner achievement, data
analysis, or observational data.)
III. Baseline Data (What does the I took the competence attainment data from the previous year. The
current data show?) data showed that students scored inconsistently in the 21 workplace
readiness areas.
Data attached
IV. Goal Statement (Describe what During this school year, the 14 identified students will increase their
you want learners/program to competency attainment level by one level in each of the 21
workplace readiness competencies from their base level assessment.
V. Means for Attaining Goal (Strategies used to accomplish the goal)
Instructional Strategy Evidence Target Date
Skill based lessons to include direct Lesson plans for 21st century skills. Implementation during
instruction on the 21 workplace readiness first quarter by week 6.
Activity to demonstrate students’ Activity, Lesson plans, evaluation rubric Activity assigned by
knowledge of the 21 workplace readiness week 7 in the first
skills. quarter.
Assessment and feedback on workplace Sample evaluation rubrics and feedback By the end of the school
readiness skills. year
Teacher N Baseline Data, Mid-Year, and End of Year Data

Intro to Health & September December April

Medical Elements
Demonstrate an
understanding of
workplace of the 21
workplace readiness
skills. 65% 75% 80% +

Rubric Scale
0 No evidence or no exposure.
1 Cannot perform.
2 Can perform with supervision.
3 Can perform without supervision.
4 Student performs with demonstration quality or can teach others.