There is a thirst
I cannot quench
and a hunger
my soul is motivated
Sandwiched between snow days, district workshops, and parent teacher conferences I was invited to attend a conference on best practices in reading and writing instruction in Massachusetts. Though I have literally written a book focusing on best practice, I create space in my heart and mind -open to receiving new insights and learning each day. And so I leave my family, my schools, my cozy bed for two days (and two states away) to feed my soul and grow my mind so that I can better serve those children who may not even know how thirsty they are.
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Life-long learner! 🙂 Love it!
“So that I can better serve those children who may not even know how thirsty they are.” What a great line. I feel like I could put that above my office door. I love your thirst for knowledge and your insatiable desire to share it with others.
A teacher-learner. Always the best kind of teacher.
And to better serve those teachers who don’t know how thirsty they are too!! Can’t wait to hear what you learned.
I share your thirst…it is a somehow satisfying one!