Not Just in January: #Edchat Members Share Resolutions for Upcoming School Year
This week, #Edchat posed the following question to it's community of educators:
See below for how #edchat community members vow to make innovative changes in the upcoming school year. What is your New School Year Resolution? Share your ideas in the comments below, or tweet at us with the hashtag #SchoolYearResolutions!
Next year I will shift some optional tech tools to mandatory. Ss will have to participate in that backchannel, etc. #edchat— Eric Wolarsky (@EricAfterSchool) July 8, 2014
Gonna implement a flipped learning environment in september! #edchat— Dave Whitehead (@dgeedubs) July 8, 2014
I want to start teachers tweeting. #edchat— Adam Rogers (@MrRogersTech) July 8, 2014
I am starting an after school STEAM club and working with teachers and their classes an extra 30 min/ week collab in the comp lab. #edchat— Melanie Thompson (@Mahsati22) July 8, 2014
#edchat A1: More global collaboration, expand twitter book discussions, have Ss create digital porfolios— The Teaching Factor (@TeachingFactor) July 8, 2014
I am excited about starting a class blog and class twitter for authentic writing and communication- #Edchat— Ashlee (@asembroski) July 8, 2014
I want to step up my class webpage as a better resource for parents and students #edchat— Kevin Roper (@MrKevinRoper) July 8, 2014
I'm going to turn over more power to the students in my classroom this fall #edchat— toby brown (@tbbrwn) July 8, 2014
One thing I'm working hard on, in year 2 with my new content, is student personalization of the pace and content of learning. #edchat— Justin Staub, EdD (@DrStaubSTEM) July 8, 2014
This year I’ll focus less on ‘covering material’ in the aim for my students to create more in & out of class #edchat— Andrew Smith (@smitha834) July 8, 2014
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