“Resetting” Yourself

In the age of continuous improvement (yes, I do believe we can implement processes to continually refine educational practice), the biggest danger is losing a sense of one’s “self.” In responding to data, shifting instructional practice to produce better results, and embracing the idea that your work flow could very well change from month to month (or more likely year to year) in response to outcomes, I often find myself “adrift.” Anchors and safe harbors that existed in the past are no longer adequate, nor should they if I’ve been growing in new directions, so it’s important to find a way to “reset” my sense of self.

Thankfully, my kids (and a dog) are always available to help with that.

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