As I reflect on the last 31 days of writing Blackboard Scribbles, I realise that I did not write all that I thought I would. This year I found some of the prompts strange and had to think hard to write relevant material (I am thinking of prompts such as purple and bacon). As a result, I wrote a few posts late and ended my series of 31 days in the month of November.
Despite the difficulty I had with some of the prompts, I did find that voicing some of the thoughts I have about teaching to be a useful exercise. Thinking back on my teaching experience reminded me as well of the good that I have done in the past. Reflecting on the past gives me the encouragement to work towards the future of those I spend my days with in the present.
What are your thoughts on my latest series? Did you enjoy reading it? Would you enjoy reading more about my teaching experience?
© Colline Kook-Chun, 2015
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