Saturday, March 01, 2008

Meme: Passion Quilt

Patrick tagged me with this meme a few days ago. And I'll be honest. It was pretty difficult to come up with something visually appealing that captures what I am passionate about for kids to learn. I'll be honest, there are days I don't even know if I'm passionate about anything. Could it be a sympton of the state's standardized tests which are looming on the horizon next week? Could be...

What I came up with, however, is something I'd like all students - and people - to be passionate about: the world, their vision of the world, and their role in creating that vision.

As for the meme, here are the rules:
Post a picture or make/take/create your own that captures what YOU are most passionate about for kids to learn about…and give your picture a short title.
Title your blog post “Meme: Passion Quilt” and link back to this blog entry.
Include links to 5 folks in your professional learning network
I’ll tag the next five people:


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EDin08 said...

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