This poor blog has been sadly neglected – I’ve been focusing on writing on my Thinkspace blog, the reflective tool for my Masters of Education (Knowledge Networks and Digital Innovation) studies – but the tweet I saw this afternoon from my friend Celia caught my eye:
— Celia Coffa (@ccoffa) January 7, 2015
I checked out the link and the challenge looks interesting AND do-able! I’m not promising to write much but I’ll make the effort to write regularly AND I’ll make the effort to comment. One of the things I found most satisfying about the subject I did in second semester last year (INF536 Designing Spaces for Learning) was the requirement, not just for regular blog posts, but to comment on three other blogs on each topic. It’s so easy to read a blog post and have your own thoughts; so much tougher (and sometimes scary) to commit to responding…but as the writer of blog posts so rewarding to get those comments.
I’ll probably rely on the weekly topics but who knows, I might find new inspiration too. So here goes…
What is your “one word” that will inspire you in your classroom or school in 2015?
As the Library Manager at my school I am hugely excited that we are changing over to a new library management system AND introducing LibGuides this year. They will both, in their own ways, separately and together, allow the library to develop new and stronger connections with students, teachers, classes, subjects, teaching and learning. We will go from having virtually no online presence to a 24/7 library. Bring it on!