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  1. Desiree Finestone

    George, something, even one thing sometimes, within your blog posts or your talks, resonates and ‘sticks’ with me. It’s that ‘one thing’ that causes change and a shift in thinking, no matter how small or huge that shift might be. This in turn, leads to a shift in teaching and learning…and this is what it’s all about!

  2. Thanks for the post and reminder George! I have found that the more I write the easier it is for me to put in words what I’ve learned or what I believe about education. It’s also interesting to see how some of my post resonate with my staff and some don’t. That’s where the increased number of posts helps. I never know what will resonate. Keep up the great work and congratulations on the addition to your family!!

    Jon

  3. Melanie MacKinnon

    After seeing you speak at an event, I began to blog. It didn’t last very long. Maybe if I set a specific time to write and reflect, I may find that I write more. I do believe that writing more enables people to become better writers. It’s what I tell my students. I just need to start modeling that myself.

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