Goal Setting and Individual Development Plan

Considering your strengths and blind spots, setting intentions and goals, and planning to seek feedback is important as you transition into this new chapter. We’ll discuss how a growth mindset with “both-and” thinking can serve you in your next chapter.


  • Brent Ferguson
    Brent Ferguson
    Mathematics Faculty, Princeton Day School

    Brent’s experience in education includes both parenting (two daughters in different boarding schools) and teaching (math, physics, and chemistry) and coaching (swimming, water polo, and ultimate) at a number of schools, including two boarding schools: The Webb Schools (3 yrs) and The Lawrenceville School (13 yrs). As an educator, Brent has found his worthy work informed by his BA (Kenyon College, mathematics); M.Div (Princeton Theol. Seminary); much reading on pedagogy, history, and equity; and the relationship-building work that constitutes his 28 years of teaching and learning in community. Brent endeavors to learn from others earnestly, live among others intentionally, and love others generously. He is sustained by his faith, family, and friendships, and enjoys books and films, puzzles aplenty, outdoor work around the house, and sports of all kinds.


July 22 2021

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: July 22 2021