Innovation

Thinking Through My Fingers

After I finished my last post, the quote above was on my homepage as an encouragement to reach my 90th post (this one!).

I like it.

I hadn’t thought of it quite like that before, but when I post on here, “thinking through my fingers” is exactly what I am doing.  I love those of you who ‘like’, tweet, comment or email as a way of letting me know how the post I just wrote has had an impact on you.  Really.  Love it! Even more though, I like getting my thoughts down, saving access to the links I have found, thinking through the latest thing I have just read and challenging my own position as a 21st century educator.

I have never been great at sticking with things.  Typically, I am excellent at starting things but my enthusiasm tapers and then a new project is born.  This forum for ‘thinking through my fingers’ has been a great source of encouragement for me and a great way to sift through the mountain of awesomeness that exists in education right now.

Perhaps it will work for you?  What do you have to say?

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2 thoughts on “Thinking Through My Fingers”

  1. Congrats on your 90th post! Although I’m not one for commenting I have loved reading all of them! They’re inspiring, thought provoking and making school different! Thank you!!!!!!

    1. Thanks Treacy. I realized that of the blogs I regularly follow, rarely do I comment either – although I really take in what they have to say and often find myself applying their wisdom elsewhere. I definitely think of people like you – and your kids – in my quest to make school different! Here’s to the next 90!

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