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Today marks the end of the 2015 Slice of Life challenge. This challenge has kick-started a professional goal I have of blogging about classroom experiences past and present. I found myself wondering if I’d have the same motivation to write if I know there is no forced audience.

I knew that was the wrong path to go down.

The writing is for the sake of improving, not for someone to laud or criticize. It was nice knowing that someone else would pass their two eyes over what I had written.

I liked receiving inspiration from visiting other blogs and engaging in conversation. I liked happening upon a blog and subsequent conversation of like-minded individuals.

To that end, I’ll keep it going. Dance like they’re watching. Maybe they are–maybe they’re not, either way, I still get to dance!


3 thoughts on “#SOL15.Dance.Like.They’re.Watching!

  1. LSquared April 1, 2015 / 2:05 am

    I agree that having a nonspecific, general audience can be good. But first of all, I write for myself…then I think about audience. Teachers with writing talent have sooo much to communicate about what really goes on in classrooms. I hope you will continue to write. And maybe slice on Tuesdays?

  2. crbrunelle April 1, 2015 / 2:18 am

    Yes! And dancing is the best. Keep at it. 😉

  3. Sonja Schulz April 1, 2015 / 2:31 am

    I have so enjoyed your writing this month, and I loved this slice, as well. Keep dancing! 😉

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