I Need to Make Time to Post

February 19, 2008 at 11:10 pm Leave a comment

Reflection is important. I’m DOING so much that I don’t have time to think about what I’m doing.

Part of it is that I’m anxious to write a “good” blog. I want this to be at least marginally literary. When I read these other teacher blogs – you know who you are – I want to do that, or more. And then I come across a friend-teacher’s blog, and am disgusted at my inability to commit the kind of time necessary to write comparable posts.

This is not what I need to be doing. I need to get down the facts. I can go back and write well later, when I’m not putting in twenty-hour days.

So what I’m going to be doing now is backtracking: writing down the facts, with only as much embellishment as my energy level will support, so that I have a record of what is happening. If you want to read these posts all in one sitting, for whatever strange and twisted reason, you can find them all tagged “Diary.”

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Diary: Monday, February 18 Diary: Tuesday, February 19

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The Bee’s Knees

This is the teaching journal of a student first-year second-year THIRD-YEAR (!!!) English teacher. I am writing this blog as a reflection for myself, a way to keep friends and family updated, and a sharing-ground between other educators online. I love comments!

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