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SLG goals are detailed, measurable goals for student learning and growth developed collaboratively by educators and their evaluators. They are based on student learning needs identified by a review of students’ baseline skills. SLG goals are aligned to standards and clearly describe specific learning targets students are expected to meet. Goals are rigorous, yet attainable.
The sample goals below include examples that were collected during the district Peer Review Process as well as those developed through ODE sponsored workgroups. These goals are provided as a sample of the diverse ways districts approach goal setting and are intended to be used as a reference.
Specialist Goal Setting Template
Beginning Teacher Mentor
Teacher Goal Setting Template
Administrator Goal Setting Template
Sample Administrator SLG Goals
Before SLG goals are used in teacher and administrator evaluations, this checklist should be used in order to approve them. For an SLG goal to be approved, all criteria must be met.
NOTE: The questions included in this version of the checklist are provided for guidance only. They are not part of checklist that is required for use by districts.
This bank of sample goals gathered from other states was developed by the Center on Great Teachers and Leaders and is searchable by grade level, subject and type of educator.
Module - Student Learning and Growth Goals Foundations
This PowerPoint focuses on the purpose and requirements of SLG goals, examines the difference between growth goals and achievement goals and provides sample goals for participants to practice with. NOTE: This PPT is part of a 1 1/2- 2 hour module and includes activities and facilitator notes for replication in districts.
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