Day 144 (of 187) from a blog to something … more?

Day 144 (of 187) from a blog to something … more?

This week I “leaked” something a little more than my daily reflection blog. I like the informality of a daily blog. I don’t pretend each one is inspirational, but they are linked to something I’ve been thinking or doing. It has also led me to push my own learning….

It led to a weekly two minutes (or less) “Three Things in Education” that I’m thinking about: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfunnyw0Vcw3aCfI-ms7WXw

Some of the blogs have led me to present and even keynote <– this fall I was in Vernon BC talking about mental wellness in schools – more on that soon…

And this week I made a tough decision. I shared with a few people a more “formal” collection of my thoughts on eportfolios, grading and personalized learning. I wanted to get some feedback prior to my presentation next week at CAFLN in Ladner BC.

Honestly, it is a lot harder to share a “book” than a blog. Traditionally this format is more “permanent”… and is more stressful to organize thinking than in a blog. Even though I have put many more words to blog….

But, as I have been encouraging others, sometimes we gotta model the way. Walk the talk. Other inspirational quote: ____

So…first an edit or seven and then a share…someway or other😜

One of the scariest things I have done.

More to follow!

About technolandy

Principaling on the Pacific in Powell River BC Pushing 'technologization' in education: blending technology and curriculum seamlessly. Advocate for better understanding of Anxiety in Education (and use of self-regulation) Utilizing ePortfolios & Descriptive Feedback to personalize learning!
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