23 on Tuesday #SOL21

On most Tuesdays I blog and post to the Two Writing Teacher Blog . Teacher writers read and then comment on at least three others posts.

23 Things I Did This Morning:

  1. Woke up at 4 a.m.
  2. Had coffee
  3. Wrote in my notebook
  4. Responded to writers in Slack
  5. Listened to the MFA Writers Podcast
  6. Showered
  7. Found my green pants
  8. Straightened my hair
  9. Drove to work
  10. Did door duty
  11. Made schedules for two reading coach visits next week including links to tools and documents needed
  12. Drank more coffee
  13. Answered email
  14. Updated my calendar
  15. Looked at reading reports
  16. Delivered a student book to a teacher
  17. Read The Very Lonely Firefly to a class
  18. Facilitated writing and illustrating for the class
  19. Picked up a 4 year old student who is reading
  20. Made log entries for the work I did yesterday
  21. Changed the schedule after hearing from one of the coaches
  22. Had a conversation with the EL teacher about reading assessment
  23. Went to a grade level team meeting

It is interesting to see what I do when I list it out…

6 thoughts on “23 on Tuesday #SOL21

  1. Do you have a 33 hour day or something like that?? 🙂 That’s a lot to get done, so I’m super impressed! Here’s my question: Do you have a “to list” or is that your calendar?

    Thanks for sharing your day with us! 🙂

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  2. I adore Eric Carle and I am quite partial to The Very Lonely Firefly – I know that was fun! I must say, you almost lost me at your 4 am wake up – ouch! You are to be commended for that.

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