End of year summative self assessment

My principal sent us a document to fill out as an end of the year summative self assessment. I thought I would use the same documents here as a summative report of my year. Reflecting is always a good thing and I encourage you to take these same questions and do a summative self assessment as well. Can I suggest that we all use the tag: selfassessment07 1.What has been your greatest success this year? Have you been successful in meeting your professional goals? What specific examples can you provide? My greatest successes this year include: Setting up and creating 30 middle school podcasts out of a total 34 school weeks. Setting up and maintaining our school’s blog site Maintaining and migrating (twice) our Moodle site to stay up with demand by users Propose and start using a school YouTube site to share vidoes created by our students and staff Set up flickr accounts for both campuses to use to share pictures with our community A successfully Tech Fest that included bringing in David Warlick to work with our teachers for a week. Helping numerous teachers with different projects including, blogging, podcasts, wikis, moodle sites, etc My professional goal this year was to help SAS establish an educational web presence and to educate, train, and support teachers in the use of Web 2.0 tools and 21st Century Skills in the classroom. I believe I did meet my goal, could I have done more? Yes, but couldn’t we all. I’m pleased as I look back on the year and see what we have accomplished and more importantly to see the excitement that is building within our staff as they continue to think about their own teaching and learning in this new flat world. Some specific examples of helping teachers were the International Environmental Symposium that was ran in our Moodle program and was used by 4 different schools and classes from around the world (I would link to it here, but it’s a closed Moolde course). The 8th grade China alive trip that saw the use of daily blogging, pictures and podcasts as the students were away from school for the week. Then there is the 5th grade team who I worked closely with as we made digital writing and reading part of everyday class through the use of blogs. Finally there is teentek.com my elective class that confirmed student...

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