So I have to confess something.
I'm a little nervous because I'm not sure how I feel about this myself.
I gave up Facebook. Turns out, it was a really good choice for me. It's making some things in my life a little less difficult. It didn't serve a lot of purpose except to fill hours I really didn't have to devote to the medium.
Yesterday, I joined...
Ok...I'm now part of The Twitter.
Yes, I said THE twitter.
Don't judge me.
I joined Twitter because I've heard that "it will change your teaching life." And I'm ready for my life to be changed.
In anticipation, I took a little survey in the two classes I actually managed to show up for today (I took a half-day at work...still feeling a little sickly). Survey questions?
1. If you could change anything (educationally) at this school, what would you change?
2. If you could change anything in this class, what would you change and why?
3. If you could change anything about my teaching style, what would you change and why?
4. If you could change anything about yourself as a student, what would you change and why?
I told the students to seriously consider the questions because I plan to seriously consider their responses. I got some good ones...but I want to spend some more time with those responses before sharing them just yet (or what I plan to do with them). I will admit, it's nice to see things with a new set of eyes.
And since that was so helpful, I'm hopeful for the twitter.