The good news is that even if the world does end, I'll have successfully earned my diploma for my masters in youth development leadership. Talk about a great gift! I graduate the day before the incorrectly prophesied end of the world. Plus, I'm gonna look super
Tonight is the last night of class I will spend getting my first masters. I've been in school for the past 19 years, with the exception of the semester I took off my first year of teaching. It's ending, and it's a little bittersweet. I love learning. I really do. I think it's fun to look up new things, especially with the onset of the verb "googling." I research all kinds of things. I study my curriculum regularly to make sure that I can challenge my students and adequately answer their questions. I'm constantly looking into new ways to try things, ways to be more efficient, new strategies, etc. I love learning. I mean, I could arguably do without the stress of finals and tests and major deadlines, but the process is almost addicting. No worries, I still have two graduate level classes to finish my gifted and talented (aka how to teach brainiacs) add-on that I'll be taking in the spring/ summer.
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