#MASSPchat 5/15 - Reflection and Plan for Improvement

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Each year, you find ways to make changes to previous events/practices for the purpose of improving. Unfortunately, we get so busy that we neglect to properly reflect and note the changes. During the final Tweet Chat of the school year, we will reflect on the past year for the purpose of identifying those improvement ideas.

This Week's Questions:

  1. What is your procedure for reflecting after an event to "debrief" and then note what went well and what could be improved?
  2. Reflecting on a "public" event/practice that you planned and facilitated, what went well?
  3. What is one thing that didn't go as well as you would have liked?
  4. What will you do next year to make improvements in what didn't go so well?
  5. Reflecting on a staff oriented event/practice that you planned and facilitated, what went well?
  6. What will you do next year to make improvements in what didn't go so well?
  7. Thinking of an event/practice that you have between now and the end of the school what is one thing you could do to ensure success?

Meet Our Moderator:
Tammy Jackson (@tammyjmassp) joined the MASSP staff in September 2016 after a 31-year tenure with the East Jordan Public Schools, first as a teacher then assistant principal/athletic director and finally principal for the last 18 years. Along with her extensive tenure as a school administrator, Tammy has served on MASSP's board of directors including two years as president. Tammy has also been an instructor for MASSP Path to Leadership program and played a role in the development of course work for the program. As a principal Tammy has been instrumental in her districts use of 5D+, including the training of the K-12 teaching staff. Outside of her position as school principal, Tammy has served the community where she works and lives, and presiding over both on the East Jordan Rotary Club and East Jordan Chamber of Commerce.