Your Individual Action Plan(s) provides you with a systematic approach for developing and strengthening your current level of knowledge, skill, and experience specific to the standards. The following guidelines are meant to assist you in getting the maximum benefit out of your Individual Action Plan(s).
Guidelines for use:
- Review your Individual Assessment.
- Identify your current and desired level of experience in each standard. If you are brand new to the field, it may be unrealistic to reach “Very Experienced” – Level 4, during one review period.
- Select the standard(s) that you would like to work on. Where you identify room for growth based on your scores, we encourage you to visit the related standards page(s) and go to the Learn, Observe, and Perform links where you will find key articles and documents, strategies and models used at other institutions, templates that you can use in your daily work, and more. We encourage you to explore these resources that have been handpicked by leaders in the field to assist you in crafting your Individual Action Plan and guide your professional development.
- Keep an electronic or paper copy of your Individual Action Plan(s) as well as any supporting evidence or artifacts that demonstrate completion of your goal.