30 Goals

What is The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators?

Click here, The 30 Goals Challenge 2012, to find out more about the new changes to this year’s 30 Goals Challenge for Educators!

Today, I have participated with over 30 presenters worldwide in an online Teach Meet! In case you missed this fabulous event you can find more information here, Teach Meet wiki. You can find a list of all the presenters and their Twitter handles here!

Below is my 3 minute presentation about The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators. Hope you enjoy it!

And here are the slides:

The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators! TeachMeet

Check out these other TeachMeet 3 minute presentations:

How do you join The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators? Please leave a comment, reflection, or status update that you accomplished any of the goals. You can post your own video reflection on Youtube or post your accomplishment or blog post using the hashtag #30GoalsEdu, posting on the 30 Goals Facebook group, adding a post to the GooglePlus page, or adding a comment below!

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2 Comments

  • March 3, 2012 - 08:51 | Permalink

    Shelly!
    This was great! I loved the way you shared the What, Where, How of joining The 30 Goals. My one little word this year, is CREATE and the inspiration to create comes from the relationship I’ve built with you, the #30goalsedu community and my PLN.
    I hope that my passion to support new teachers, through New Teacher Chat can someday soon, CREATE a brilliant movement among this group world wide that has the reach of The 30 Goals Challenge.
    Thank you so much for allowing me to join you in this amazing work!
    ~xo L

  • March 4, 2012 - 13:29 | Permalink

    Thanks Lisa for being a part of this! You’re amazing!

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