There are two – and only two – things I enjoy shopping for: groceries and school supplies.
I love the promise of a new notebook, different color pens, and a new organizer. Maybe a super-sweet new lesson plan organizer. Like a New Year’s fresh start without the hangover, school supplies come interwoven with new plans for better <whatever you’re working on this year>.
It’s not unlike this blog.
I’ve started and abandoned so many blogs in the last five years it’s comical. I struggled mightily with what to call my blog: how do I represent all of the things I want to talk about? I’m a teacher, an ed tech coach, a geek who loves to figure out a piece of code or make an onerous task a little less onerous with technology, and with 30+ years in public education, I’m finding that I’ve got a lot to say about education in general.
I wanted the domain name “dynamiclearning.net,” but it’s a parked domain and the seller wants $10,000.00 for it. Hahahahahaha… dynamicteaching.net it is.
The posts you see in this blog as of today are the collected blogs from all of the afore-mentioned abandoned blogs. I back-dated them to reflect approximately when they were posted.
I swear, this time, I’m going to blog regularly.
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