I’m seeing lots of opportunities lately, to connect my learning network(s), offline and on. Here’s one – a request from NCTE. Write away, whether you’re an NCTE member or not:
We’re interested in how your teaching has changed�in how you have altered, adjusted, or shifted your habits and expectations�since the time you began teaching. For example, what has changed in your approaches to reading? Writing? Evaluation of students? Use of technology? Confidence level? Rapport with parents? Balance of personal and professional life?
Whether you are a 30-year classroom veteran or a new teacher, you have a story, and we’d like to hear it! Email us 150 words or less describing changes you have made in your teaching and your teaching life. Please include your full name, school name, years of teaching, and a preferred email address or phone number in case we need to contact you. Send stories to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ll consider stories for a future issue of The Council Chronicle, and will inform you and send you a complimentary copy if your story is published.
I‘d love for you to leave your blurb here in the comments, too. Would be fun to read them.