Summer is a great time to review and draft your teaching/learning year goals.
I keep my goals on my eportfolio so that it's easy to share, update, track and when needed, revise.
I recommend that educators put aside a bit of think time during the summer to draft their goals and think about the year ahead. Making your goals public has a psychological affect of tying you a bit closer to those goals and their outcome.
If you engage in a practice like this, how do you do it? Why does it matter? I'm curious.