How educators can set realistic goals

10/3/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Setting goals that cannot be reached can be demoralizing for educators, writes Fred Ende, director of SCIENCE 21 and an ASCD Emerging Leader. In this blog post, he suggests several ways educators can go after the "low hanging fruit" and set realistic goals, such as planning with the end in mind, delegating and sharing successes with stakeholders, including students and parents.

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