Day 4 (of 185) getting into rhythm 

Day 4 (of 185) getting into rhythm 

The nice part of ending first weeks at school is that the rhythmic patterning of school starts to allow everyone to feel more comfortable. 

Bells have been made to work (though some of us would wish they could fade away….)

Schedules for classes to go for music and gym are set (with maybe some bonus opportunities in the works for some!)

Our supporters have been in to set up (and our amazing counsellor who I’ve worked with for the past four years showed up for her one day this week at the same time a kindy decided to de-regulate – maybe it’s me 😉

Time to share more about what happens at schools via Twitter @norshu83 and eportfolios @freshgrade and @quippedinc 

Getting back into the rhythm of #chats like Sunday’s #bcedchat weds #sblchat thurs #arkedchat and some new ones like #caflnchat 

Still finding time for family (soccer for our new middle school girl, maybe curling for our middle boy and getting ready for our senior basketball girls season to start up) 

Routines are important. But don’t be stuck to ones that don’t work. Be willing to try different…..even when change is uncomfortable!

But get ready because the next week is here before you know it and more opportunities to interrupt your plans are just around the corner!

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About technolandy

Principal of Sorrento Elementary Educator pushing 'technologization' in education: blending technology and curriculum seamlessly. Advocate for better understanding of Anxiety in Education (and use of self-regulation) Piloting ePortfolios
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