Balancing writing and reality

How on earth can I do what I’m doing — writing curriculum, educational research, and related writing projects — and find time / ways to stay in touch at a classroom level?  I haven’t figured it out yet. Anyone out there have any thoughts?

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3 Responses to “Balancing writing and reality”

  1. Dorit Says:

    The mere action of writing about teaching and curriculum automatically puts us back into the classroom without the mental and sometimes physical exhaustion of teaching.

  2. Tracie Says:

    You might be right. Also, I discovered I can go back through files, correspondence, etc. from teaching to reflect on what I did in the classroom, similar to the process of going back over class material to apply what I’ve learned more thoroughly. Often when we’re in school–either teaching or as a masters student–there isn’t time to fully assimilate and process what we want to, and writing may allow me to do that.

  3. otter2 Says:

    I think the other thing bothering me was the idea of being able to test new curriculum ideas, to try things out.

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