Most of my inspiration comes from other educators blog posts, books, articles and websites. I have read many books, subscribe to several websites, follow many educators blogs, use twitter, and receive emails to relevant articles. So many ways to be inspired, keep a positive mindset and make a difference in my classroom. I will continue to list the resources I often use as the list is very long.
Most recent readings:
Unshakeable 20 ways to enjoy teaching every day…no matter what by Angela Watson
If you want to be positively uplifted and change a negative mindset about education then this book is for you. While I usually don’t have a negative mindset and always try to look on the positive side of things I can’t say that I have always thought that way. After reading her book and visiting her website, it certainly has helped me to create an awareness to quickly change my thinking when it is becoming negative and to manage the way I think and my mindset. She is an excellent writer, shares strategies that you can use to change your mindset and to become unshakeable. It is a book that I know I will return to often to remind myself of the pleasures of teaching.
Be sure to check out her website: