01-06-2023 08:19 AM
Hey Instructor Community!
As you may or may not know, our month’s theme is New Year, New Goals. Through January, we will be periodically posting content that will help drive conversation about goal setting as instructors!
That being said, we want to get a temperature check from you!
What are some goals that you have for the year 2023? Are there any goals to help you grow as an instructor? If so, how?
Post all of your answers in the comments section below!
01-08-2023 03:46 PM
I have some courses which I started working on since last year, so this year I am hoping to complete one every month.
01-17-2023 03:29 PM
That's a great goal to have! Learning to learn something new every month will definitely broaden your horizons!
01-20-2023 01:53 AM
Hello Community Instructors and Managers,
Thank you Ms. Bella for posting a very interesting question, and for letting us as instructors share our thoughts on our goals for the 2023 year,
As an instructor, here are some goals I think will help me improve my course instructions:
1. Staying updated with the latest research and developments in the field of my expertise.
2. Improving my teaching techniques to make sure that my learners understand topics that are either new to them or they are struggling with.
3. Engaging my learners and building a positive rapport with them.
4. Evaluating regularly my courses deliveries and content.
5. Developing improved courses materials and collaborating with other instructors.
6. Creating a positive and inclusive learning environment for my learners and helping them be and stay active learners.
01-20-2023 08:10 AM
Hi @Ahmed_Jendoubi, awesome goals! Thank you so much for sharing them with us. I hope you can achieve all of them this year! ✨
01-20-2023 08:42 AM
Thank you Bella for your kind and encouraging words.
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