Year-End Educational Inventory

Barry Lenson

Year-End Educational Inventory

Year-End Educational PlanningWhile most of us are making resolutions for the New Year, here’s a suggestion. Why not look back at the year that is about to end and take an inventory of how much progress you made toward attaining your educational goals? The insights you gain could help as you set your resolutions and plans for the coming 12 months.

Here are some questions to ask about your accomplishments in 2011 . . .

Did you come closer to defining the career or work that you would like to pursue? □ yes □ no

What do you plan to do about that in 2012? ______________________

Did you add new skills or knowledge that will be important in the future? □ yes □ no

What do you plan to do about that in 2012? ______________________

 Did you pursue any certifications or credentials that will help in your career? □ yes □ no

What do you plan to do about that in 2012? ______________________

Did you fill in any gaps in your education by adding new skills, courses or knowledge? □ yes □ no

What do you plan to do about that in 2012? ______________________

Instead of stalling, did you really act on your plans to move your education forward?  □ yes □ no

What do you plan to do about that in 2012? ______________________

Did you identify any new schools or institutions where you can further your studies? □ yes □ no

What do you plan to do about that in 2012? ______________________

Did you find your educational activities this year exciting and stimulating? □ yes □ no

What do you plan to do about that in 2012? ______________________

Overall, did you have a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment in your learning? □ yes □ no

What do you plan to do about that in 2012? ______________________

Were you able to effectively budget for your educational expenses? □ yes □ no

What do you plan to do about that in 2012? ______________________

Were you able to set aside enough time for coursework and study? □ yes □ no

What do you plan to do about that in 2012? ______________________

 

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