30 Goals

The 30 Goals Challenge Continues This Summer

Part of the 30 Goals 2010 Challenge Series

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Nearly 4000 educators have joined the The 30 Goals Challenge since January 2010. This free e-book challenges you to accomplish 30 social media and professional development goals in 30 days. These are short-term goals, such as guest posting, setting up a Google alert, causing a ripple, and contributing to a blog carnival. Download the free e-book to get started.

The Challenge Continues

In order to ensure this project is continued, I am starting the 30 Goals series and asking if you’d consider contributing a guest post. Please contribute to this new weekly series that will be featuring a post from an educator who accomplished any of the goals. If you are just starting the Challenge, I would like you to consider contributing a post. I will try to post the goals in order but realize many will skip through goals, therefore, I will post submissions as they come. The goal is for each of us to learn from each other and support each other with ideas on how to approach the goals. Moreover, I hope we will read about the challenges we have faced when trying to accomplish the goals. If you have already posted this in your blog, please feel free to post it again on my blog! In fact, I will be asking some of you for permission to post your blog. I may also ask for posts in the form of interviews. If you are interested in doing an interview or submitting a guest post, then fill out this Google Spreadsheet. If you cannot access this document, please e-mail me at ShellyTerrell at gmail.com or leave a comment and I will get in touch with you.

The 30 Goals

  1. Keep a Diary
  2. Contribute to a Blog Carnival
  3. Start an Adventure
  4. Support a New Blogger
  5. Update Your Online Profiles
  6. Set a Google Alert
  7. Step Out of Your Comfort Zone
  8. What’s Your Personal Theme Song?
  9. Be a Guest Blogger
  10. Make A Connection
  11. Ask, Perhaps You’ll Receive
  12. Reach Out
  13. Give Students Reign
  14. Cause a Ripple
  15. Create: 40 Writing, Music, & Art Resources
  16. Voice Your Appreciation
  17. Tell Your Story
  18. Let’s Move
  19. What Do You Believe?
  20. Seek Feedback
  21. Have a Bit of Fun
  22. 12 Resources for Giving Constructive Feedback
  23. Where There’s a Will
  24. Conquer a Fear
  25. Plant a Seed
  26. What Are You Putting Off?
  27. Reflection vs. Reaction
  28. Capture the Moment
  29. Stay Focused
  30. Pass the Baton

Contribute a post or interview about accomplishing one of the 30 Goals.

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Don’t forget to leave a comment that you accomplished this goal using the hashtag #30Goals!


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  • September 16, 2011 - 02:50 | Permalink

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  • Richie
    June 18, 2012 - 19:19 | Permalink

    Well it’s about time the number crunch up a higher level. It sure seems amazing how we could all make a better for all the students out there that needs some learning. Bring it on!

    Richie Reel

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