Writing for Reflection

At two recent edcamps I attended sessions on blogging and decided that I would like to practice writing to help promote my need to reflect in a more concrete way. Moving from crafting a 140-character statement on Twitter to a focused post appeals to me–as a former English teacher, a reader, and as a constant learner. After listening to the advice of seasoned bloggers and the questions posed by those of us who are interested in getting started in the two edcamp sessions, I am jumping in to explore professional reflection in the 21st century.

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Jennifer Swartz

Mother. Wife. New blogger. NCSU Alum. EdCampJoCo Organizer. Assistant Principal at McGee's Middle School.

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