Tuesday, February 7, 2012

SOLS: Learning and Sharing

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There is so much information out there in cyberspace.
I know I can't keep up, but I read and watch what I can when I can.
This last week, I shared many items of interest -- to me -- with my colleagues.


Who knows what they think when I share . . .
If something caused me to ponder and reflect,
then I want to share it with others.

Anyone can take it or leave it:
It's about planting a seed allowing us to stop and think.
And I'm thankful for those who can just say it better than I can.


I have a passion for learning and sharing --
Making me a better
writer
teacher
mother
person
me.

11 comments:

  1. Michelle,
    What a wonderful idea to share posts that inspire you. I am sure that your passion is inspiring!
    Bonnie

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  2. I love that video, but it scares me too. There is so much that I don't know in the electronic world. Life changes quickly. Thanks for sharing these links.

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  3. I think sometimes on-line communities are like the jigsaw strategy. We each share with each other and take back new information to our own groups.

    I think this helps each of us to keep learning. It also helps us to share what inspires us. I am glad you are part of the on-line community.

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  4. That is great to hear that you shared such inspiring things with your colleagues. I'm glad you shared it with us as well! The promise poem was something I needed to hear today! I hope your week is going well.
    jee young

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  5. It's wonderful to share what inspires you with others. I try to do that whenever I post something on Facebook (or when I tweet something that piques my interest on Twitter -- which isn't as often). I never know what people think unless I see a comment. Comments are so much better than "likes" aren't they? They're much more telling.

    Continue sharing and others will continue to be inspired by you.

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  6. Thanks for the inspiration! Sharing this post now!!

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  7. I didn't know some of these, so carry on Michelle with the sharing. It is so like the Jigsaw teaching that Ruth shared (above). In a community, pooling our knowledge, is powerful stuff. Thanks much!

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  8. Wow, great poem! I liked your uncertainty about sharing with your colleagues -- not sure what they would get out of it, but then feeling glad for planting the seed nonetheless. That's how I feel when I blog -- not sure if anyone will care about my ideas, but hoping I plant a seed with someone! Also, I had never read the 12 things or the promise poem, and they were both amazing! Thanks for sharing! (I'm going to print them out and put them by my desk!)

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  9. You know when someone's way of thinking just seems like your own thoughts--only better? That's how I feel when I read your posts. I am always nudged by what you share. Thanks once again!

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  10. It is a great thing to inspire others. Showing that you are vulnerable and sharing, that is inspiring.

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  11. Keep sharing because that's how you learn - by getting response back from your sharing. That's what my conference is all about this week - networking with other OP's who do the same job I do. It's interesting learning their insights into what we are doing.
    Thanks for sharing with me - always. Love ya bunches - can't wait to visit. M

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Thanks for sharing your thoughts.