I feel like I have been writing blog posts out the wazoo lately… but I am SO close to the end, why stop now, right? Ladies and gentlemen, we have made it to week 9! Thanks so much for staying along for the ride. You've all been so awesome and I truly feel as though I have a cheering squad behind me as I go through this placement.
Il me reste encore la semaine prochaine, ainsi que 3 jours lors de la semaine d'après à mon stage. Pour moi, il est absolument nécessaire de poursuivre avec mes billets de blogue et de terminer en force. Commencer et finir une tâche ou un but, pour moi, est fondamental à ma philosophie personnelle et professionnelle. Aussi, j'ai bien hâte de retourner lire ces billets de blogues dans 2,3 ou même 10 ans!
taking on a full course load
This week was my first week taking on all 3 of my English classes (4U, 3C and 2P). What a challenge it was. Thankfully, I had spent my whole weekend preparing and felt good about where I was at. The Monday I was originally supposed to start was a snow day; yes - in April. But it was a great opportunity for me to really catch up on my marking, plan my lessons more thoroughly and have some quality time with my AT's of course! That Monday night, I was utterly nervous... But it just so happened that I was watching Zootopia when this song came on (& I tweeted about it the next day):
For those who are not as big Disney fanatics as I am... This song, I believe is the perfect representation of the GROWTH MINDSET. Disney - you always know what to say...
Some of the uplifting lyrics are:
"I still mess up but I'll just start again
Si j'attends pour la perfection, je n'écrierais jamais un mot...
blogues à ne pas manquer ⬇️
On the First Day of voicEd Radio, I’m Grateful to Sarah Lalonde
A Homegrown Girl Who’s Going the Distance - Sarah Lalonde’s P3
Off the Record - An Interview with Sarah Lalonde
The "Balanced Life" of a Teacher Candidate