Recently, I’ve been thinking a lot about making progress. How do we know we’re getting somewhere – in the classroom, at work, in our professional and personal development? Much as I’d like to give you a comprehensive treatment of the topic in one huge and clever post, I can only move one step at a time. If you’d like to join me on this short trip, over the next 10 days I’ll be sharing the best articles and posts I’ve found that look at the issue from different angles. Let’s read and think together!
And the first installment in the series is The SMART Goals Evaluationator from none other than Duncan Foord and Daniel Barber. They suggest using a simple graphic organiser to encourage learners to set SMART goals – a coaching tool adapted to the classroom. Looks deceptively simple, but you would need to do a bit of learner training to make it work. What do you think?