This year, make resolutions you’ll actually want to keep. Check out our top ten teacher resolutions, complete with resources to keep you accountable.

It’s that time of year again! We all make resolutions with the best of intentions, but old habits die hard and the promises we make to ourselves can be hard to keep. Here are some teacher resolutions worth keeping.

Teacher Resolution #1: Engage introverts and extroverts in your classroom

teacher resolutionsIt can be difficult or even overwhelming to cater to the many different needs and personalities of students. One way to begin is learning about the differences between introverts and extroverts. Contrary to popular belief, they are not personality types, but indicators of where you gain your energy (from being with people or from time alone). Digging in to how your students are energized and motivated can be a game changer for teaching more effectively.