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Always enter your classroom with a positive and optimistic outlook for the day. It has been said that teaching is the most important job, but nobody said it was easy to do.  By setting up smaller goals that lead up to the bigger ones, you’ll be amazed at how much momentum you can build towards your objectives.

If you really stop to consider how teachers today will be the ones to educate the doctors, scientists, engineers, nurses, and plumbers of tomorrow, you’ll realize how important they are.  However, at times it doesn’t seem teachers get enough support from administration and/or parents.

How can you re-energize yourself and your students in less than an hour each day?

But wait, here’s help. Take your professional development seriously as if your life depends on it. Because it does! Here is a manifesto for success – a 30 goals challenge – that can change your teaching career forever. These goals have been designed by Shelly Sanchez Terrell who has trained teachers and taught language learners in over 20 countries. She knows what she is talking about and she can offer helpful advice to support teachers.

For more about how setting smaller goals can support your ultimate teaching strategy, read the original article here:
45 Minute Goals Can Transform Your Teaching