"When you want something, the whole universe conspires to give it to you" -Paulo Coelho
As an adult, I find myself reflecting often on experiences I have at work & home. I compose in my head what happened, why it happened and what I learned. The problem is that I never take time to capture those thoughts on paper. As started to follow the virtual writing camp posts, I decided it was time I commit to capturing those reflections.
Another reason for starting this blog is to share with others. The other night I read this post on "Venspired" where the author succinctly explains why educators should blog. I've learned about new technologies, books and projects from blogs written by fellow educators. As I write this, I recall this post written by Daring Librarian Gwyneth Jones. It's time for me to give back. (It's all coming together!! )
In my school, whenever teachers and students are on the hunt for an odd item, piece of technology or book, they start their search in the library. We are the "go to" spot in our school for books and everything else. (I love that!) So, what follows is a short list of my "go to" blogs for when I need to get inspired, learn about a new tech tool or catch up on what is going on in the library world:
The Adventures of Library Girl
The Daring Librarian
Free Technology for Teachers
Please share your "go to" blogs!