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  1. Andrea Berry

    Thanks for the coaching George. I’ve already put calendar appointments down…I’ve titled them “Reflection – Close Door”!!!!! I’m processing all that we learned yesterday at SCASCD. Thankful for that time to grow professionally.

  2. I just began blogging on my journey teaching Common Core Standards and I’m finding that what you said in this post is absolutely true. Everyday when I come home from school and blog about my day it is a serious form of reflection. I also find that since I am opening myself up to others that I have to stay away from any negative thoughts and this positive mindset is very helpful and actually therapeutic. I agree that if you want to be effective in the education field blogging is a fantastic tool.

  3. John

    Thank you for the ideas of using “blogging” I will begin the blogging process and remember sometimes we have to close our door for reflection.

    A big thanks!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Pat

    I ate that side bar you have. It gets in the way and cuts off the first word on the left. Maybe, it’s just me and I need to figure out how to get rid of it.

  5. Rich P.

    I never really thought of it this way. Starting a blog has been on my “to do list” since my first administrative appointment in July. My fear has always been revolving around some input I received – “Don’t write just to write. Write because you have something to say.” I guess I took that as I needed an audience or have some earth-shattering revelation.

    I guess I need to take your advice, close my office door, and just write. Thanks, George!

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