Caution: Some ideas, products, and posts in this blog may not yet be perfect or even finished. I use this space for capturing and iterating ideas; a dojo for the art of reflective practice and professional growth. I also like to post stuff that makes me happy. Some of that stuff may be seemingly unrelated to education. I hope it inspires you the way it inspires me.
You can expect partly finished products that are at various stages of the learning process. I often return to posts days, weeks, or months later to continue exploring and developing my thoughts around the topics. I revisit and rewrite them. I change the titles, images, and words as my thinking expands. I leave room for improvement, yet I’m not afraid to “ship it” before it’s ready for the world. Maybe the world has some feedback for me that could help make it better?
As we work to encourage all learners at our organization (our students, teachers, and others) develop their own reflective practice (including blogs and Eportfolios), I hope they will feel the freedom to post and share work that shines, as well as some that shows failure, imperfection, and learning taking place.
Therefore, consider yourself forewarned. You may encounter material that has entered the production process but is not yet a finished product. It’s a work in progress.