30 Goals Challenge: #1/30 – ME Manifesto

I’ve decided to participate in the 30 Goals Challenge and I encourage all of you to do the same.  Yes, it’s a lot to do and another thing on top of all the busyness you have in your life, but it is a challenge after all and it should be challenging.

So, here’s my response to Goal #1: Create Your Me Manifesto.

Short-term- Create your Me Manifesto either on a blog, using Animoto, Muzy, Glogster, or any tool. We want to learn about what makes you tick. What do you believe about learning and what kind of ideals do you carry in your classroom? If you don’t have a blog please post any of your creations on Twitter using the #30Goals hashtag or as a comment on this blog.

Long-term- We bring our ideals and values into the classroom. Our curriculum and students are influenced by them. It is important we reflect on them continuously and get our students to create their own “Me Manifestos” in order for them to identify what sets their souls on fire!


Animate on Muzy


About jplaman

Jeffrey Plaman is in Singapore where he's a Digital Literacy Coach at United World College of South East Asia. He is an Apple Distinguished Educator with a special interest in developing digital citizenship.
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2 Responses to 30 Goals Challenge: #1/30 – ME Manifesto

  1. “Telling your story is a compelling way to communicate with the world” Love this! Thanks so much for your “Me Manifesto”.

  2. Derek says:

    I love this! What a cool tool and an insightful post. Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us.

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