Find the Time

Time is a variable that needs to be prioritised in schools.

“Let’s agree to find the time necessary to do what is needed in education.

Let’s agree to find the time to be a better educator.

Let’s agree to find the time to learn something new.

Let’s agree that time, although not our friend, will never be our excuse as a professional educator.”

A good read

Evolving Educators

Photo reprinted with permission by Unsplash. Photo by Sonja Langford Photo reprinted with permission by Unsplash. Photo by Sonja Langford

Recently, I published a blog post titled The Secret to EdTech No One Talks About, and it must have struck a chord because the post came up as a comment in a recent #satchat conversation. Specifically, an educator during #satchat said that she was not “sure there’s time for Pr/Admin to ”Become completely informed about & comfortable w/ ed tech being used”.” Basically, she was questioning if principals and administrators have the time to learn about and become familiar with educational technology. This is a valid comment and I thank the educator who posted it for bringing the issue up because this tweet made me think about what always ends up being a concern in learning: TIME.

To do anything in life we need time. Time to learn. Time to do something.  Time to reflect. Time to improve. And…

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