Creating Your Own Progress Log
Everyone in the Academy is here because they have one or more goals relating to their math lessons – whether that’s to learn sound pedagogical teaching strategies or learning how to implement problem-based lessons or have step by step instructions on a number of classroom strategies or one of countless other things.
If I had to give our members just one bit of advice – it would be to start a progress log. Not next week. Now.
Accountability is key to reaching your goals, so I urge you – if you truly want to make changes in your classroom, now is the time to start your own progress log…
- Set specific goals/targets. Ultimately you’re in charge of your progress. What do you want to achieve?
- Create a new thread. This will be YOUR thread. Where other members come to check out what you’re working on, see updates about your progress and post feedback, encouragement and advice.
- Put your goals list right at the top of your new thread so it’s easy for other members to follow along and help you keep on the right track..
- Choose an update schedule and STICK TO IT. Remember, you’re in charge of your own progress. I recommend updating your practice log weekly.
People who keep progress logs will achieve improvement with their classroom goals those who don’t. To that end, I invite every member to keep their own progress log, tracking goals, targets and accomplishments unique to them and their goals.
The moral of the story is that you are capable of supercharging your progression.
Now, go HERE and start YOUR own thread – that thread will be your progress log.
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