Believe It or Not: Writing Builds Community in the Classroom

Believe it or not, writing with your students builds community in the classroom.  Your students want to hear what you think.

Believe it or not, expressing your thoughts gives insight into who you are as a person. Be positive.

Believe it or not, this positive person is who your students want to know and engage with.

Believe it or not, being brief and clever with your writing, showcases your heroic skill with written language.

Believe it or not, this is what students want the most. They want to know you have ideas and thoughts about the world. Be appropriate, no venting.

Believe it or not, having a strong relationship with your students is the key to success.   

Journal for Clarity and Success

Find a new thought or idea each morning that is worth writing down. Writing assists with self discovery.

If you don’t have anything to new to jot down. Write about whatever is going on in your head at the moment. This will help the world make a lot more sense.