How do honeybees defend themselves? I wonder how that makes the hornet feel...
We felt like expanding the SMART Goal/Learning Walks capabilities so we added the ability to add a fourth indicator. This will allow you to create SMART Goals that focus on state evaluation criteria. For example, if you're in Washington State and your district has chosen the Danielson Framework, you could create a SMART Goal that focuses on 7, 8, 9, and 14 to improve your practices related to Criterion 2. View our crosswalk resources for more details.
- SMART Goals: You can now select up to four indicators when creating a SMART Goal, which also allows you to conduct Learning Walks on four indicators
- Learning Walks: On the Observation form, we (a) applied some style tweaks (spacing, aligned, formatting), (b) simplified the new Indicator scoring sliders, (c) changed the question prompts from dynamic, based on the score, to static, which better aligns with the paper Learning Walk form, (d) added a prompt above the indicator scoring sliders, and (e) swapped the position of strategy examples textbox with the indicator scoring sliders to also better align with the paper form
- Learning Walks: Added clarity to the "No SMART Goal..." warning message that pops up when you click the Learning Walk button without having a SMART Goal selected