Visit our current cycle at our new home, 30Goals.com

Over 9000 educators have joined the The 30 Goals Challenge since January 2010. You have the opportunity to join our community in accomplishing 1 to 30 goals throughout the year. These are short-term goals we reflect on and see how they help us aim towards long-term goals to make us better educators. We support each other through social networks- our Facebook groupYoutube,  Twitter (#30GoalsEdu), and blogs.

How to Participate

  • Accomplish the goal of your choice, post a reflection, and share your reflection with the 30 Goals Community.
  • You don’t have to accomplish all 30 goals. Feel free to accomplish as many as you’d like. You can choose to accomplish the current goal suggested by 1 of our participants at our site, 30Goals.com or choose a goal from the previous cycles.
  • Post your reflection on your blog, in our Facebook groupYoutube, and/or Twitter (#30GoalsEdu).

Join Our Virtual Road Trip!

This year The 30 Goals Challenge is going on an international virtual road trip!  Each month the goals and interviews will be hosted on different blogs from our various participants. All the interviews and goals will also be shared on our site, 30Goals.com. Would you like us to visit your site and learn about you and your country? Fill out this form to be part of our road trip. Find out more at http://30goals.com/roadtrip!

To make this process easier I have created this free e-book of the 2010 goals that has all the goals listed in order. You can share this with your school, other teachers, your students, and administrators.

The 2010 Challenges

Congratulations on endearing this journey with me. Here is a list of all the goals we have accomplished together for this cycle.

  1. Keep a Diary
  2. Contribute to a Blog Carnival
  3. Start an Adventure
  4. Support a New Blogger
  5. Update Your Online Profiles
  6. Set a Google Alert
  7. Step Out of Your Comfort Zone
  8. What’s Your Personal Theme Song?
  9. Be a Guest Blogger
  10. Make A Connection
  11. Ask, Perhaps You’ll Receive
  12. Reach Out
  13. Give Students Reign
  14. Cause a Ripple
  15. Create: 40 Writing, Music, & Art Resources
  16. Voice Your Appreciation
  17. Tell Your Story
  18. Let’s Move
  19. What Do You Believe?
  20. Seek Feedback
  21. Have a Bit of Fun
  22. 12 Resources for Giving Constructive Feedback
  23. Where There’s a Will
  24. Conquer a Fear
  25. Plant a Seed
  26. What Are You Putting Off?
  27. Reflection vs. Reaction
  28. Capture the Moment
  29. Stay Focused
  30. Pass the Baton