Over the past month, I’ve begun drafting three entries on this blog and another two on my private blog. Only one has made it past a few sentences. This is a testament to the disjointedness of my thoughts lately, as I approach the end of the school year while simultaneously ramping up my responsibilities for both Institute and my non-profit role in the fall.
If and when I have some time to reflect, here’s a sampling of topics I’d like to write about:
- Lessons I’ve learned from the madhouse that is my 6-7 block.
- Why home visits are the greatest thing ever.
- The weight of being a role model for students who are barely younger than me.
- My TFA “experience” and why I’m transitioning to an education non-profit next year.
- The opportunities and challenges of being the Director of Data Management at Institute.
- My long-term plans (or lack thereof).
In the meantime, I have eighteen school days left, and I intend to make the most of them. See y’all on the other side of the semester, probably.