Wednesday, April 21, 2010

What is my sentence and What do I bring for Tomorrow?

The 7th Grade Science Student's PLE

My PLE was nothing like this girl's. Her PLE was a lot more developed and organized. I really think that she did a wonderful job. I believe that she used her ability to research to get her where she is now. She shows that she is a person who knows how to use technology and uses it for good. When she wanted the answer, she looked it up and found it. She was Dr. Strange's Motto (I DON'T KNOW. LETS FIND OUT!)wrapped up. I am proud to see that there are students who go and search for the answer. I want to say "GOOD JOB". I also say she is the same as me, trying to find information and share it with others. I think the PLE will be a lot of help to me, and I do need to establish it better.

The 2 Questions That Can Make Your Life Better.

Two questions that can change your life from Daniel Pink on Vimeo.

The two questions were "What is your sentence?" and "Was I better today than yesterday?" These two questions just make you think on how you are performing, and what you need to do better. The "What is your sentence?" question tries to see if you could sum yourself up in one sentence. I do not know what my sentence would be, and that is going to take me a while to think about. I believe that it will be something to ponder for quite a while before giving only one answer. The other question, "Was I better today than yesterday?" makes you strive to better yourself everyday. You never want to turn out worse; you always want to improve yourself. I really need to sit and think of these questions throughout my life, and especially while I am teaching.

1 comment:

  1. I agree that it is very difficult to write our sentence. Amberly (Class B) pushed me for a response so I am pushing you. What is your sentence? I would also add you can change it anytime you want. But try and write your sentence at this point in time!