In early June of last year, I asked readers to think about the question: “What will you do differently next year?”

I thought then, and think now, that this is a pretty good time to think about those potential changes.

I invited people to contribute their responses and over fifty educators did. I combined all of them into two very popular posts, Answers To “What Are You Going To Do Differently Next Year?” (Part One) and Part Two: Answers To “What Are You Going To Do Differently Next Year?”

I also wrote about it in a commentary published at Education Week.

I’d like to do the same this year. Please contribute no more than three things you want to do differently next school year, along with a sentence or two for each giving your reason for wanting to do it. And, if you contributed last year, it would be great — though not required — to share if you were able to follow-through with what you said then and how it went.

Leave your contributions in the comments section of this post, and I’ll again publish them all in a post or two. The deadline for contributions will be July 1st.

I’ll offer my own thoughts in that post, along with a recap on how I did with my ideas from last year.