As summer quickly approaches, it’s time to start planning for the next school year. What improvements need to be made for students? How can you better support your teachers? Most importantly, how can you improve upon last year?
In truth, the only way to see year-to-year improvement is through end-of-year reflections. By celebrating successes and gathering feedback from teachers and administrators, you can evaluate this year’s performance and set the groundwork for the upcoming school year.
In his guest blog post featured on EdWeek, BloomBoard CEO Jason Lange outlines tips for how end-of-year reflections can lead to more success and productivity in the coming academic year.