2. Define Mission and Goals
Every company has a mission statement, which helps guide employees toward a goal and informs the public regarding its business principles. As the leader of your classroom, you get to decide its mission and goals. Spend some time crafting a professional mission statement that outlines why you teach and what you believe the purpose of education to be. Set overarching goals for the entire school year, as well as specific goals for each week and month within it.
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