Monday, December 31, 2012

My teaching manifesto for 2013

Manifestos are big around the web at the moment.  

I'm not adverse to jumping on a bandwagon, so I've written my own.

Here is my personal teaching manifesto for 2013:




What about you?  Do you have any resolutions for the new year?


16 comments:

  1. Jenny, I don't make resolutions because every day is a new day with new adventures, especially around kids. You don't mind if I borrow yours, though, do you?

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  2. Your manifesto is fantastic. May I pin it? :-)
    ReadWriteSing

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  3. Oh my goodness this is beautiful. Thank you for sharing this could I have permission from you to put it up in my classroom?

    Carolyn Forbes

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  4. Happy New Year, Jenny! Hope it's a great 2013!

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  5. Bravo! This is fantastic and highly inspirational. Thank you. :)

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  6. I love this! Very beautifully designed and lots of big goals. You are such a dedicated teacher. Keep up the wonderful work. :)

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  7. Amazing as always Jenny ... Great points for all of us

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  8. Love the visual and the content! Esp kids yoga!

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  9. Thanks for sharing. This is INCREDIBLE THINKING!! I think.

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  10. Absolutely love your blog, photos , Pinterest board & facebook page. Love the manifestos too. Sharing it with my readers!!! Kidsstoppress.com loves 'let children play'

    xoxo

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  11. That is so cool!!! I really like that style of writing (can you share that?) and I think we could all do one that will help us to become the best we can (or close too) I do think that you are an amazing teacher and just by doing this has shown us we can do the same!! sometimes that is all we need. So finally thank you and may all your dreams, goals and of course your manifesto come true so very grateful Lisa (New Zealand)

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