For the first time in a long time I feel just totally overwhelmed with getting ready for school stuff and birthday parties and house repairs and…well, you get the picture. This is a major crunch week…day long training on our new student info system tomorrow, day long workshop on MovieMaker on Wednesday then tons of documentation to write for a full staff training next Wednesday. Oy. What’s been interesting to me, at least, is how strong the urge is to let all of that other stuff drop and just write/blog for a couple of hours. Partly because it’s become such a habit, and partly because there is so much good stuff out there to write about. (I have been managing to steal a few minutes here and there to scan what’s coming through the aggregator…I’ve got at least a dozen links to write about.)
Any full time ed blogging openings out there???
Seaghan Moriarty says
I can’t feel at all sorry for you 😉 I’d love a job like yours where technology meets education, interacting with teachers etc., designing training, playing with cool new tools etc.
OK, so I’m doing something similar, but self-employed means my focus has to be constrained.
Will R. says
Don’t get me wrong, I love my job. But I also love what all of these new technologies might do for educators, and that makes me want to do it full time. I never feel like I have enough time to do both well. But I have to admit, it’s fun trying…