to have confidence in the truth, the existence, or the reliability of something, although without absolute proof that one is right in doing so: Only if one believes in something can one act purposefully.~Dictionary.com
Today’s 30 Goals Challenge: What do you believe about learning?
My answer: I believe that mentoring is one of the most powerful tools to support learning!
Take 5 minutes and listen to my first Podomatic about The 30 Goals Challenge.
Goal: Find your reason to believe in learning, reflect on it, do a quick write on it, share it with a colleague.
Quote: “I am never cynical. Even my blood type is B positive.”~Frances Hesselbein
Challenge: 1)Join The Teacher Mentoring Project onThe EduPLN. 2) Support new teachers at Edutopia.org by responding to their questions and concerns. 3) Create a Vision Board of what you believe about learning and share it with colleagues.