Goal 6 of The 30 Goals Challenge 2011
Short-term– Brainstorm ways to invite a teacher, parent, or administrator to see the learning taking place in your classroom. You can do this by publishing your students’ work online on a wiki, blog, or school website. You can Ustream a lesson. You can create a video with the kids and have a movie night where you invite the staff and parents to watch the class videos while eating snacks!
Long-term– In what ways can you be more transparent? How can you make your instruction transparent to others at least once a week? Do you currently publish students’ work online or have your lesson plans available for the parents to see what is happening in the classroom?
“There is no persuasiveness more effectual than the transparency of a single heart, of a sincere life.”
by Joseph Barber Lightfoot
Evelyn Azbell, who writes for the Parent Educator Connection Blog, will be listing the blogs of those completing the challenges. You can find her on Twitter, @CESA9_12WSPEI.
If you fill out this Google Form I can get Evelyn a list of the blogs and I will also be able to get your Twitter handle to create a list of participants! 🙂
This week, invite a teacher, parent, or administrator to see the learning taking place in your classroom.
Did you reflect on this goal? Please leave a comment that you accomplished this goal by either posting your own video reflection on Youtube, using the hashtag #30Goals, posting on the 30 Goals Facebook group, adding a post to the 43 Things web/mobile app, or adding a comment below! Feel free to subscribe to The 30 Goals podcast!
Keep an eye out for the book, The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators, that will be published by Eye on Education in the Fall of 2011!
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