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					     SETTING SMART
        TARGETS
The trainee should be setting themselves targets based on their lesson
evaluations.

As a school tutor/teacher is important that you too set them targets



In this pack are 3 different real scenarios from past trainees



In a pair – choose a scenario read and discuss and come up with a set
of SMART targets for the trainee…..




S   pecific



M    easurable



A   chievable



R   ealistic



T  ime - with a deadline/timescale
You are concerned about your trainee’s planning . It often seems last
minute and rushed. They are often asking you for last minute guidance
about “what should I do next” and “how can I get…?”

You have asked for lesson plans to be emailed to you on the Sunday
before the week’s teaching - these are arriving at 11.00 pm and this is
affecting your work/home life balance

Lessons are not running smoothly and the trainee is getting stressed
and flustered

You want them to be better organised and to be able to demonstrate
greater independence and autonomy



My SMART TARGET would be :



S



M



A



R



T




To guide, monitor and review progress. I as the Class Tutor would need
to……
The trainee is having real trouble with William in Yr3.William is a lovely
boy but can be very annoying, he is fidgety and struggles to listen and
concentrate. William is bright and curious but cannot sit still or keep his
hands to himself. He is often distracted and finds listening difficult. He
sits close to you but claims he is being poked and prodded by the boys
behind him. The trainee has kept him in at break and lunch but this has
had no positive impact . It is beginning to make teaching very stressful.
You can hear the trainee grinding her teeth and see her sweating when
she has to deal with William.

Please help your trainee!!!

My SMART TARGET would be :



S



M



A



R



T



To guide, monitor and review progress. I as the School Tutor would
need to …
The TA has approached you and is concerned about the way she is
being spoken to by the trainee. Other staff have noticed this too. You
have concerns about her ability to work constructively and professionally
with the TA.

Meanwhile ….
The trainee has approached you and is worried that the TA is
undermining her confidence by correcting her whilst she is teaching the
class, talking to the children and picking up on their behaviour in front of
the trainee.

The atmosphere in the classroom is not nice !!

My SMART TARGET would be :



S



M



A



R



T



To guide, monitor and review progress. I as the School Tutor would
need to…….

				
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