Blogging

Why I Decided to Blog

Inspired by my graduate work in Principal Leadership and Supervision, I wanted a space to share my successes, failures, ideas, thoughts, opinions, and innovations in education. As a special educator and future school leader, It is my goal to improve instructional practice beyond my classroom. I want to inspire and share special education strategies that are tried and true in my classroom, and are also research-based instructional practices.

In addition to my graduate work, the book Shift This! How to Implement Gradual Changes for Massive Impact in Your Classroom has been instrumental in motivating me to share my experiences online. In her book, Author @JoyKirr  highlights how to make shifts in your thinking, teaching, and approach to classroom design. This year I have endeavored to make some instructional shifts in my classroom in hopes of creating a more personalized learning environment.  I hope that through blogging I can share these instructional shifts, and at the same time reflect on the process.

Shift This is a MUST READ for all educators!

Shift This!: How to Implement Gradual Changes for MASSIVE Impact in Your Classroom

 

 

1 thought on “Why I Decided to Blog”

  1. Angela, I’m SOOO excited you’ve now got a PUBLIC place to share your “successes, failures, ideas, thoughts, opinions, and innovations in education”!! Of course, I already added your blog here: http://shiftthis.weebly.com/new-bloggers.html and I’ll be following it using Feedly so I can learn from you each time you post! I’m so very much looking forward to reading your reflections! KUDOS!

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