Action Plan Template
PART ONE: Develop the SMART Goal.
Use this template to develop specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-bound (SMART) goals for your action plan.
Goal Statement: What are you trying to achieve? State your goal.
Specific : Is the goal clear? Who, what, where, when, why.
Measurable : How will you know it is successful? How much, how often, how many?
Attainable : Is the goal achievable this year? Resources, skills, understandings, conditions.
Relevant : Is this goal important and aligned to other school or district goals? Alignment and fit, needs and data, values and norms.
Time-Bound : What is the time frame for the goal? Start and end, intermediate and final deadlines.
PART TWO: Determine Evidence of Success.
Direct Evidence: What achievement data will be used to indicate success, and at what level of improvement?
Indirect Evidence: What other information or metrics will be used to indicate levels of success?
PART THREE: Develop an Action Plan.
|Key Action (for whom, what grade levels)||Resources, skills, training, support, and funding needed||Person or group responsible||Start/end dates of activities|
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