A detailed set of methods, in specific detail, on how the school will achieve its objectives and realize its mission. Effective action plans include specific activities to be implemented, each with a timeline, a responsible person/group, resources (time, money, staff, etc.) needed, and evaluation/indicators of success. They describe the means to reach the ends - the objectives.
A term generally used to activity in Priority 4a area, where a number of projects come together as one strategic package, rather than as a series of individual projects.
Specific, detailed actions and activities, budgets and time lines to accomplish strategy.
refer to outlines of specific actions that are defined, designed and deployed to meet strategic goals/ objectives or other processes that require specific follow-through. A consistent format and expectations for all action planning in the school can be designed at the school level and should include the following components or combination of components: Goal and objective that the action plan is addressing Actions/timeline Person(s) Responsible Resources Needed to Complete the Task Evidence of Implementation Monitoring: Date and by whom Results (indicators based on the identified evidence of implementation)
Plans containing "must do's" actions that will result in achieving one or more goals.
These are sets of actions (usually written down) that help you to get results. A good action plan covers who will do what, and when they will do it; what resources they will use; and how you will judge their success.
Details tasks for which specific people are accountable. The tasks when completed will achieve long and short-term objectives required to meet the organization goal.