Thursday, March 12, 2015

C4T #2 Summary

Wait, what just happened?! (Launching a Conference)

You know you're not any different than any of the rest of us. We all get bored, tired and burned out. Join the club! It's so refreshing to see someone else like myself. Yes, it's happened to me too. Continue to be enthusiastic and motivated. Remember, you've made a choice to become a teacher and a professional. Keep driving for perfection. You can always keep a positive attitude. Believe in yourself! Believe that you have made the right choice to be a professional. You have made a great investment. Conferences are part of what a teacher is about. Try to see your teacher conferences as an opportunity to learn and become smarter.

This was my comment on her blog:
Carol Williams Said On 12-03-2015 I am very glad that you got to go to your teacher’s conference. From what you wrote, it seemed as if you were dreading every moment of getting there. If we truly put forth the effort to apply ourselves and see the importance of what we do and when we do it, it can motivate us to do even greater things. Keep trying and keep being motivated to go to your conferences. I’m sure you were able to learn a great deal when you finally got there.

How We Got to Now: a student created mini museum

I am so glad that I got a chance to read your blog. Inventions are really great. I am so glad that someone else gets excited when something is invented. This is what makes the world go round. Inventions are only new ideas. When we have ideas, this only means that our brain is throwing out tons of concepts. Imagine if we didn't have people in the world with a new way of doing things, the world would be a pretty boring place to be. Thanks for sharing your point-of-view.

This is my comment on her post:
Carol Williams Said On 12-03-2015 Your commentary about students inventing and producing projects was so interesting. I always enjoy reading about people being creative and inventing incredible stuff. It’s so important to motivate our kids and keep sending the right message about knowledge and the learning process. We never want to stifle them or hold them back in any way. One day we may have the privilege of teaching a very famous scientist, doctor or lawyer. To be apart of something like that would just be so incredible!

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