End of the Year Reflections...

It's the end of my first year in a new role AND it's the end of your 2014-15 school year, right?

No school year is complete without your students reflecting on what they have learned and how the year went. Well, in your final Tech Fusion lesson of the year, the request is for you! Write a letter to your future self.

What are your current thoughts, dreams, frustrations, & goals?

Teaching is not for the weak. And even more so, it changes daily. What you teach, who you teach, WHERE you teach, the grade level, subject, the content..oh how I could go on and on. But the constant in this equation is the same: YOU are an educator.

Life goes by so quickly. It's easy to lose track of what we really want to achieve. This final assignment of the 2014-15 school year is to help you kick start your 2015-16 school off right!

Your mission:

Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to using the website Remind2Me to write a future letter to yourself. This website allows  you to send your future self an email.

Follow these steps:

  • Go to the website.
  • Set the delivery date to September 1, 2015
  • Start drafting your letter
  • Mention your goals for the next school year.
  • Give yourself advice based on your experiences this past school year
  • Leave some words of encouragement and motivation for yourself

Once you have completed and submitted your letter to the website, please leave a message stating "DONE!" in the message below! (I will, will you?)

It has a been such a joy working with you all this school year!

Inspired by: @MsKofedt/ https://tackk.com/futureself                         #letsreflect

Comment Stream

2 years ago
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I absolutely love this idea! I didn't even know that website existed, but I do now.....so my Ts will too. Thanks!!!

2 years ago
1

Great idea and cool website, @shainaglass! I'm stealing it for my Ss!!

2 years ago
2

@knikole Nice to "see" you again so soon! :)

a year ago
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Great idea and resource! Wish I would have known in May!

a year ago
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Oh I like this idea! Thanks for sharing!