I gave a little glimpse of my other Michael’s project on Instagram, but I also wanted to share it here, because I am super excited about it.
Our district adopted the Marzano Teacher Evaluation System last year, and we are slowly easing into it. This year part of our focus is on posting target learning goals. There are ALL sorts of ways to post target learning goals, and I hope that this method works for me.
In our Marzano training, we have learned that it is best to write your learning goal in front of and with your students. Teaching Kindergarten, we all know that this can be a bit tricky! So, here is what I have come up with…
It’s super easy to make…I purchased these magnetic dry erase boards from Michaels.
Michael’s has TONS of ribbon in all sorts of patterns and widths, so I picked up a few spools, some letter stickers, and check out that chevron Washi tape!
The project is SUPER easy. You can whip it out in about 15 minutes! (Less if you don’t add the ribbon flowers)
You can also use dry erase markers to write your learning goals directly onto the board. Super easy, colorful, and fun!
Here are a few other examples for posting target learning goals.
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(Love the portion of her whiteboard where she posts the supplies the students will need)
I’ve always loved this one – it’s so clean and simple!
Since this is a BRAND NEW thing for me, I would LOVE to hear how your school requires you to post your learning goals. Do you write them in front of the kids, while your write your lesson plans? HELP!
Link up below with how you manage your target learning goals!