As we start a new year we reflect on all the successes, challenges, and happy times from the previous year. We set goals, make plans, and get ready to start the new year fresh and excited for all that is to come.
We love hearing from our FreshGrade Champions and what they are excited about. In preparation for the new year, we reached out to our Champions Community to find out what their classroom resolutions were and want to share what we heard.
Sometimes when we step out of our comfort zone, even just a little bit, we see amazing growth. Gaila Sanders, an English 1 & 2 teacher in Hillsboro, TX, set some resolutions that not only challenge her students but also challenge her to learn new tools and connect with her students in new ways. Gaila’s resolutions were
Dene Gainey, a 3rd-grade teacher in Orlando, FL, started at a new school this year and is just getting to know his students and colleagues. Dene has set some smart resolutions to help create more reflective students who are also environmentally conscious. Dene’s resolutions were
Scott Hayhurst, a Grade 7 teacher in Kelowna, BC, had several different resolutions for both his students and himself:
Have you set resolutions for your teaching practice or classroom yet? Tell us about them on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook @freshgrade #freshgrade.