Buhler High School
An interesting proposition was casually thrown out this evening by a colleague. “We should write a book,” he said to another teacher and me. It was a throw-away comment, sort of, but it got me thinking. “We really should write a book.”
I work with amazing people. Every time we sit down and talk PLNs, literature, reading, writing, football or anything else, I learn something. Our minds start turning and possibilities blossom. New ideas spring up, and old ones are dusted off and turned upside down. Sometimes, the ideas grow and develop into their own brands of awesomeness; sometimes, the ideas spiral into something less awesome, but still worth the thought because they lead down different roads.