Self Reflection and Blogging

This blog started as a cumulative project for my B.Ed just two years ago.  It was a repository of information, an online portfolio if you will, for which I received a grade (I forget what it was because I never cared!).  It was a place for me to hash out everything that I had learned over the course of my year at U of Toronto.

Over the last two years, it has turned into so much more.  It is a place to meet people, share ideas, post resources, and to reflect on my own practice.  It has been the reflection that has been the most valuable.  I don't care if anybody reads it.  I do it for myself.  Self reflection is the greatest resource a teacher could ever share.

With that in mind, I have a new look for a new year.  Most of the old resources have been archived on the resource page.  If you need anything specific, do not hesitate to ask.  I will continue to post ideas, lessons, and units; however, I want to focus more of asking questions and reflecting on why I (we) do what I (we) do, rather than how.

For now though, xmas holiday beckons, and I look forward to spending some quality time with my boy, wife, and extended family.

One more week.



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