Every Player Counts

William Shakespeare once said many intellectual things.  Fortunately, what he wrote is still relative in today's climate and culture. So to rephrase what Bill said to fit this day and age, there's a big world around us.  There's a lot going on, we all have a part to play. We enter by way of our birth, and exist by way of our death. As we contribute to the stage we all are charged with something to contribute. As we contribute, it is our duty in some way, shape, or form to help educate those who are around us.  Whether that is our own children, our nieces and nephews, our neighborhood kids, students in our classrooms, kids on the baseball team, a colleague learning a new job, at some point we all enter the realm of educating another person.  Now, for some, this roll is fulfilled through a vast sea of training, mentoring, shadowing, witnessing, experimentation, and through our calling in daily vocation. But as William Shakespeare said, we play many parts.  This blog seeks information by educators, for educators. Content shared by topic, by reproduction, and occasionally through originality. Okay, so yes, I had to prepare this as part of an assignment. But, as  I continue with my part to play, helping educate another is the card I shall continue to contribute.

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