With the start of a New Year, many people turn to the idea of making Resolutions or Goals to better themselves for the year. In Education here in the United States, we are lucky to get to experience this idea twice a year, once in January with the majority of people and then again in August/September as we start a new School Year. While many of us have already been teaching for half of this school year, it’s not a bad idea to take a few minutes and think about improvements we can make to help the second half of this school year amazing. Please join me (@lars3eb) tonight at 9pm MST as I lead the #UTedChat discussion on the topic of EduGoals for Finishing the Year Strong! I’d love to have you join the rest of the amazing #UTedChat community and share your awesome with us because we’re truly #BetterTogether.
If you haven’t already followed me via Twitter (@lars3eb) feel free to do so because it may help you to better follow the chat. And as always, please be sure to include #UTedChat in your responses so everyone participating can see your thoughts and ideas.
Q1: Tis the season for goals and resolutions. Are you a goal/resolution setter? Why or why not?
Q2: What is the top thing you’d like to TRY starting in the 2nd half of the school year? Why?
Q3: What is the top thing you’d like to QUIT doing in the 2nd half of the school year? Why?
Q4: You may have seen the #OneWord2018 trend online lately. Have you already decided on your #OneWord? If so, what is it? Why?
Q5: Sometimes the best preparation to continue strong is rest. How did your Christmas Break help you rest?
Q6: What was your most fun activity you did over Christmas Break?
Derek Larson is a former classroom teacher and current EdTech Director at Southwest Educational Development Center, one of the four service centers working with the rural districts here in Utah. He loves working with teachers in the SEDC region, others throughout the state, and making connections all across the globe. He’s a proud Dixie State University and Southern Utah University grad.
You can follow Derek via Twitter at @lars3eb.
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