Sometimes I feel my goals are as simple as staying above water, don't drown. Right now my goal is to create a list of digital tools to use for next year. I want to make sure that I do not forget all that I have learned this year during my Master's Program. Because of this goal of mine it made me realize that my audience, who I originally thought would be my students, needs to be other teachers. I want to create a resource for teachers with ideas for digital comprehension tools. I feel that is something that I have been wanting. Now that I have tried multiple tools I feel I am ready to do this. I think I would love to hear from my cohort more and what they are using and what works and doesn't work. Also, I do not have "a way with words" like a lot of my cohort does. I tend to simplify my words (into a second grade level) and sometimes I feel I need help editing my words. A thesaurus is my friend at times but having my peers help me edit and discuss would be great. I would also like to share ideas of things I have tried in my classroom that have worked to help support them. Some important group norms that I would like is being respectful to others (which I think this cohort is good at). Also, ending classes on time and being respectful of everyone's time.