Task list that represents a paper process that teachers used to follow to plan standards-based goals for students
Written by Susan Milliones on March 25, 2021

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How to Write a Standards-Based Goal

In this post you will learn how to write a standards-based goal, quicker, clearer, and better. First you will learn who needs a standards- based goal. Second you will see why they need them. Third, you will align your given statement. Fourth, we will show you a formula for unpacking a standard to write your goal. Finally, we will show you what to put in your measurement.

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