Identifying the SMART goals in your own area of instruction[edit | edit source]
In this page, you will be practicing setting up tasks goals and process goals for your own instruction. From the perspective of the learners who are taking your instruction, try to come up with a set of tasks goals and process goals to successfully accomplish your instruction.
As the subject matter, target leaners, duration of instruction etc vary, you will end up with various different kinds task and process goals.
For next 5 minutes, you need to fill out your name, topic of your instruction, 1 task goal, and at least 2 process goals in the table below. In addition, you are also responsible for adding your feedback comments on at least one other people's task and process goals about what is good about them, and how they can improve them.
(In order to write your own answer, please click the "edit" link to enter the editing mode. When you are in the editing mode, you can type your answers in where now "Example" is. At the end of your answer for the Feedback column, do not forget to add four tildes (~), which will create your signature for you. Once you type in your answer, do not forget to click "Save page" button underneath the editing box)
Creating one Web page with three headings, one 5*5 table, one image inserted in the table
Researching the steps to create a table, Researching the steps to insert an image,
You can improve your goals by incorporating time-bound elements such as within a class time or within a week.Yeolhuh (talk) 14:56, 20 April 2012 (UTC)
You can make your goals more specific by identifying a tool or a resource to use.Yeolhuh (talk) 14:57, 20 April 2012 (UTC)