The March Slice of Life Challenge is officially over but I am planning to continue slicing on Tuesdays,
and to blog every day barring any unplanned contingencies.
I am looking forward to this new blogging commitment.
I’ve done this before – committed to blogging every day –
but I have never been able to go through with it.
The fact that I blogged 30 out of 31 days during the month of March means that
I can keep doing this from now on.
During this month of blogging, I learned not to worry too much about what I was going to write.
I learned that I only need to sit down and start writing.
I’m no longer paralyzed by not knowing because it seems that once I start writing,
the ideas start to flow.
Sometimes, my posts say something meaningful and, at other times, not so much.
The point is to keep writing; eventually, I will find topics that are important to me.
For the moment, I am going to pursue the following two ideas for a series of posts:
- assessment practices.
- writing about my collaboration, as an ESL teacher, with regular classroom teachers.