Upon reading Jeff’s tweet and subsequent blog post, I couldn’t stop thinking about what my two end of the day questions would be! Jeff encouraged our entire Teaching, Learning, and Innovation team to contemplate this, as well.
We give students exit tickets all throughout the day and we know the power of allowing learners the time to reflect from time to time. Why should we be any different?
We met up yesterday as a team and I asked everyone to share their two end of the day questions. POWERFUL ideas were shared! The best part? They showed the passion our team collectively has regarding our roles and the staff and students we serve.
We are making a commitment as a team to individually reflect upon our chosen questions at the end of each day. I can’t wait to check in at some point down the road and reflect together on how this has shaped, encouraged, prodded, inspired, and directed us.
Here are our collective end of the day questions:
Elaine | Director of TLI
“How did I make someone’s day better?”
“Did the time spent today match my why?”
Jenn | Instructional Facilitator, Math & Science
“What have I done to support?”
“What have I done to inspire?”
Kevin | Director of Instructional Technology
“What did I do well today?”
“How do I need to build capacity?”
Jeff | Assistant Superintendent, TLI
“What did I do today to encourage and inspire educator learning?”
“What did I do today to support students?”
Keith | Instructional Facilitator Instructional Technology
“How did I support teachers in being more effective or solve problems with tech today?”
“What is something new I learned today that I can use to support teachers int he purposeful integration of ed tech?”
Marlyne | Director Career and College Readiness K-12
“How was I present?”
“What did I do to encourage?”
Lindsay | Director Curriculum and Instruction
“What did you do to inspire an educator today?”
“What did you do to cultivate a relationship today?”
Natalie | Administrative Assistant
“Did I get everything done on my to do list?”
“What’s the priority for tomorrow?”
Diana | Administrative Assistant
“What was the best thing you did today?”
“What is something that you know today that you didn’t know yesterday?”