Week In Review – March 27, 2011

I haven’t been posting much lately, life and school have had a habit of getting in the way. The end of the 3rd quarter is next Friday, which also happens to be April 1st (actually rather fitting). Between starting or completing a few personal and school projects, grading, special education paperwork and planning a couple of new lessons it has gotten a little crazy and something had to give.  So I gave up trying to write on my blog for a while.

So the school year is 3/4 over and there are just over 70 days left before school will be let out for the summer break.  Like many other teachers this year, I am coming to a crossroads in my professional live and have a lot to think about between now and the end of the school year.

My post from yesterday “The Crossroads are in Sight” was not a “pity party” post, it was simply asking for advice from people that I have come to know over the past 3-4 years, if it came across any differently, it wasn’t meant to be that way.

Below are my top 5 posts for the week:

1.  Mobile Me Review – March 2011
Mar 11, 2011
2.  NOOK COLOR – REVIEW JANUARY 2011
Jan 9, 2011
3.  The Crossroads are in Sight
Mar 26, 2011
4.  Evernote as a Task Manager
Feb 19, 2011
5. PAPER AIRPLANE LESSON PLAN 2010
Sep 4, 2010

As always thank you for taking the time to read my blog.

What have you done to make a difference today?

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