Teachers should establish goals -- not resolutions -- that they want to achieve in the new year, says Elena Aguilar, a district leadership coach in California. She offers two examples in which teachers establish clear goals, "take small steps" toward achieving them, and "focus on new actions" by devoting several evening hours to personal time and assigning less homework.
How should teachers establish goals for the new year?
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