Why regular reflection is the best new year’s resolution

Making resolutions generally involves adding more to your proverbial plate

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Half-term is fast approaching – and while the start of the New Year already seems an age away, there is one hangover from those optimistic first days of January: New Year’s resolutions. Turns out those things stay with you all year long.

Like anyone, at the start of a new year I can get swept up in promises to overhaul all my bad teaching habits. But by February, those promises have often fallen by the wayside. I think this is because making resolutions generally involves adding more to your proverbial plate and I’m pretty busy already.

So, this year, I chose to make things easier on myself. ...

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