The dreaded first s#$%fall of the year. Will it accumulate? Will it last? What will the impact be?
This notice from WordPress awaited me . . .
Last week was a 2.25 hour (10 module training) for all the new processes . . .
in 98 days . . .
in our first in the nation process . . .
Iowa Caucus night . . .
2.25 hours of training
Notification . . .
Quizes on each of the 10 modules in # 3 above.
My reading goal for the year was 52 books . . . a book a week. I met that a while back. Still working on recording titles and updating the format of my “handwritten system” because I really wanted to emphasize broader categories of texts this year. Pushing on beyond: professional, YA/children’s lit, mystery/suspense, nonfiction. But that’s another post.
Celebrating a new source of data from Goodreads . . .
My Review Stats
Goodreads collects the year of publication so I can view the “age” of the books that I’ve reported on that site as read.
What else is on my list/mind?
- My part in our NCTE presentation.
- Choosing sessions to attend at NCTE.
- Wrapping Christmas gifts.
What’s on your list? What will you be celebrating?
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Random celebratory events that were all possibilities for a blog post.
Process: Beginning with one word (#OLW). Brainstorming. Collecting ideas. Sifting through thoughts. Vignettes of celebrations curated in one post. Reflecting on my #OLW: Celebrate! (How do we demonstrate this for students?) Opposite process of beginning with many words in this post.
Celebrate – published post!