As I sit here in front of my laptop, my mind swirls with all the things I have committed myself to doing within the next month. I think of my class and the activities I wish to plan for the new inquiry on Living Things. I think of the Demonstration Class I am involved in with our school’s library teacher and how we can make the class a fruitful expeerience for the teachers who come to observe us. I think of the Kindergarten Orientation that I have offered to help plan and arrange for the month of May. I think of the plans that are currently being made for next year and the various ways in which the classes may be divided.
As I think of these and my other responsibilities, I find I am uninspired to write or even think of interesting topics to share. I know that this lack of inspiration is a phase and that it will pass. I know that there will come a time when I will have a moment to think on my blog posts and come up with inspired topics. In the meantime, though, I continue to think on what is in front of me at work and work towards creating a positive experience for the children in my class.
Where do you do to find inspiration?
© Colline Kook-Chun, 2016