For this week’s #walkmyworld learning event, I have been reflecting about potential totems in my life. Before this project, I honestly thought of a totem as a static piece of art. Something you would travel someplace remote to see, but not something necessarily representative of my own life experiences. Before this week, the concept was […]Read more "A totem for your thoughts?"
Despite my best intentions, I am afraid I am a little behind on the learning event from #walkmyworld. With the snow (but mostly ice) impacting our rural school system this week, I thought I would spend a few days “catching up” on this new project. (To my Northern colleagues or other portions of the world […]Read more "A voice as unique as the sunrise"
Recently, I’ve started a new project. I know I originally created my classroom blog to chronicle my own experiences as I seek to encourage opportunities for students to find their own voice and their own “dot” on the connective map of the world, but I’ve struggled with how to bridge my own experiences with the […]Read more "My introduction to the #walkmyworld project"
This is my second attempt at a classroom blog. My first attempt resulted from an assignment in a graduate course, but for this blog, I wanted a more authentic approach to chronicle my post-doctoral experiences in the K-12 classroom. Although I am not new to the teaching profession, I find myself looking at the world […]Read more "Caution: Road Work Ahead"