Thursday, January 10, 2013


Targeted teaching goals have the potential to raise our level of work and success.

When you have a specific target the landscape becomes clearer with regard to what supports that target and what hinders it?

Of course, it is essential to make a target that's worthwhile, positive and student-centered when teaching.

Also, target focus and achievement builds confidence and specific knowledge, and collective targets have the potential to build team, community and culture.

Targets when it comes to learning are important, and now these targets are part of our work in new and challenging ways in Massachusetts as we embrace the new evaluation standards.

What are your teaching targets?  How are you effectively meeting those targets?  Are targets changing your learning community?