Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Reflections on 2018-2019


I don't think I ever typed a blog post about my goals for the 2018-2019 school year, but they included:

  1. Genrefication of my fiction section
  2. Earning Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) certification (We're a Micrsosoft district not Google so no point in pursuing that certification)
  3. Earning Learning Commons certification
  4. Attending GaETC since I'd missed the past two years
So how'd I do? Not too bad considering I added some stuff along the way. For those of you who know me well, I know you're so not surprised by this! ;)

Here's what I ended up doing: 
  1. Fiction Genrefication 
  2. Creating seasonal buckets for the Everybody section
  3. Earned MIE certification
  4. Earned Brain Pop Educator certification
  5. Began a newsletter with stats that I shared with faculty and parents
  6. Leveraged the power of the PTA by having them share info for me on their Facebook page and e-blasts
  7. Attended GaETC 
  8. Took over the Georgia Department of  Education's ELA Twitter account  (@GaDOEELA) for a week. See my tweets #litchamsga
  9. Selected as a presenter at the 2nd CobbInTech conference on June 5 for "Show and Share with Puppet Pals"
  10. Selected as a presenter at the GLMA Summer Institute on June 10 for "Maker Mornings"
So, I didn't earn the Learning Commons Certification, but I have a great start for next year. I'm going to make that part of my 2019-2020 school year professional development goal. 

Were you able to accomplish all your goals for the 2018-2019 school year?  


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