North Seattle Community College SMART GOAL FORM—2005-2010 Revised July 2006 General Directions Refer to NSCC’s 2005-2010 strategic plan. Your SMART goal must align with some component of the plan. (i.e., mission, values, vision, strategic directions or priority goals.) If your goal represents a new direction or initiative, then it must align with either a strategic direction or priority goal. Other goals may align with any component of the plan. Complete one form for each SMART goal. The form has two parts. Part I: Goal Submittal. Complete this portion at the beginning of the goal period. Submit it no later than October 31, 20XX. Part II: Goal Results and Reflection. Complete this portion at the end of the goal period. Submit it no later than July 31, 20XX. Part I: Goal Submittal Date Person submitting this form 9/11/06 Betsy Abts Academic year Unit (person, office, department, service, committee, etc.) 2006-2007 ARRC Specific Goal: Identify a measurable goal to be achieved in the reporting period. State it succinctly, using “action” verbs. To implement an admissions transition process for ESL students when they are ready to transition from ESL classes into mainstream college classes. To implement a process to track those students who transition from ESL to regular classes To work with Advising and Basic Skills for assistance with this process. Measure(s): Identify the measure(s) you will use to evaluate achievement of the goal. Measures can be either quantitative or qualitative. Multiple measures—although not required—provide stronger evidence of progress than do single measures. What the process entails How many ESL students transitioned through this process at the front counter Alignment: Identify the component of the 2005-2010 strategic plan to which this goal is aligned. If applicable, describe how this goal aligns with previous SMART goals for this unit. Collaboration, Partnership, Innovation, Sustainability Results: .State your desired outcome(s) in concrete, measurable terms (e.g. numbers of students served; percent of first-quarter students retained, etc.). Have the ability to admit ESL students as a regular mainstream student and assist them at the front counter with maneuvering NSCC’s systems Create a tracking process Create an ESL admissions form Create an ESL admissions checklist to be distributed in the upper level ESL classes Tasks & Time Frame: Identify significant events and their dates—perhaps one or two per quarter— associated with achieving this goal. Begin this process as soon as possible. Begin the tracking process during Winter Quarter 2007. Part II: Goal Results and Reflection Date Person submitting this form Results: What did you accomplish with respect to your goal? Include specific measurement data. Impact: What difference(s) have your efforts/results made? Reflection: What have you learned from your experience; how will it inform/guide you future efforts? Next steps: What are the next steps with respect to this goal?
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