2011 Goals

Visit our current cycle at our new home, 30Goals.com

Over 9000 educators have joined the The 30 Goals Challenge since January 2010. You have the opportunity to join our community in accomplishing 1 to 30 goals throughout the year. These are short-term goals we reflect on and see how they help us aim towards long-term goals to make us better educators. We support each other through social networks- our Facebook groupYoutube,  Twitter (#30GoalsEdu), and blogs.

The 2011 Cycle

Lisa Dabb’s (@TeachingwthSoul) collaborated with me in this cycle to support new teachers accomplishing the 30 goals. You can find her podcasts and posts at Teaching With Soul. Lisa was an inspiration and is known for mentoring new teachers regularly through #NTChat. This year we also included vodcasts (video reflections) and podcasts. Listen to these for free!

The 2011 Challenges

Congratulations on endearing this journey with me. Here is a list of all the goals we have accomplished together for this cycle.

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  • March 23, 2011 - 10:42 | Permalink

    Great ideas!I would like to join the challenge!

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  • April 6, 2011 - 09:27 | Permalink

    Just started a new website (mrsreckling.com)
    I think I am a bit late, but would love to join the challenge… this is just what I need to get things going :) I am assuming the order I go about the challenge doesn’t matter…. Here we go! :)

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  • tesolmelissa
    May 31, 2011 - 23:48 | Permalink

    I’m a bit late in joining, but I’m ready to begin!

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  • October 3, 2011 - 10:16 | Permalink

    your most thanks for providing this e-books or
    study materials.i am more inspire from your video.

  • November 10, 2011 - 11:54 | Permalink

    Hello Shelly!

    Never too late?! LOL

    “not enough time” and “too busy” just don’t cut it for excuses anymore — I witness too many others who have ‘lots on their plate’ and still manage. With so much inspiration around, I should be able to come through this time?!

    Hoping to review 2010’s 30 challenges and then join in here, too — learning and contributing as I go!

    Smiles,
    Holly

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  • Denise
    November 12, 2012 - 22:15 | Permalink

    Goal 28, is a challenge near and dear to my heart. I also believe that many problems which arise on social media are dealt with in response to a problem. I would like to see a greater proactive education to help prevent and lessen the number of issues associated with the use of social media by students.

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