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May flowers surely follow April showers... This is undoubtedly a universal sign for teachers to start thinking about how the lessons learned from the past can be best used to forge a bright and productive future for their classrooms. So, if you are like me, you find it particularly difficult to wrap up the learning from this past year in your classroom as you start to be consumed by imagining the possibility of a better classroom for next year's students. So while reality begs to keep me grounded, this Blog entry I will indulge my sensibilities to follow the fancy of my imagination to paint a future.
How should I focus efforts of NESTA to effect change in both my classroom as well as other classrooms to support ESS education?
This past year I've learned that volunteer work at NESTA is not too much different than what I've learned to anticipate from my own classroom in terms of ups and downs. But regardless of the peaks and troughs, we can count on a do-over. So this is what NESTA summer projects look like :
Thank you all for embracing my imaginations for tomorrow's classroom!
BEST WISHES AND PLANS,
President of NESTA
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