By Ish Stabosz
Center for Creative Instruction and Technology
Delaware Technical Community College
I’m pleased to introduce a new feature on Ask CCIT that will help more teachers get more ideas out to more readers. It’s called Wednesday Words of Wisdom.
Ask CCIT is all about starting conversations. It’s about one teacher sharing what worked (or what didn’t work) in the classroom so that we can learn from the successes (and failures) of each other. It’s about taking discussions that start at a workshop, conference, or even water cooler and sharing them with the world. But we don’t always have time to sit down and draft a full blog post, and so our innovative ideas and exciting experiences are limited to ourselves and those in our immediate proximity.
That’s where Wednesday Words of Wisdom comes in, a quick and easy way to share your ideas with readers at Ask CCIT. It doesn’t matter if it’s a fully developed philosophy of teaching or just a one sentence guiding principle; we want to hear what you have to say, and every Wednesday, we’ll try to share new ideas from instructors like you.
Check out our super simple form and start sharing your Wednesday Words of Wisdom today.
P.S. – I’d like to take a moment to especially invite our readers who are outside of Delaware Tech to contribute to our Wednesday Words of Wisdom. Although much of our audience is comprised of Delaware Tech faculty, we know that teachers everywhere follow our blog, and we want to hear from you as well.