"Good learners, like everyone else, are living, squirming, questioning, perceiving, fearing, loving, and languaging nervous systems, but they are good learners precisely because they believe and do certain things that less effective learners do not believe and do." -Postman and Weingartner (31)
Great narrative account of developing a (reflective) process for approaching the About me page.
Reflection on ‘About Me’ Page
In the middle of January 2014 I began a very enjoyable writing adventure, fueled by the passionate instruction of my English teacher at Wayne State University. Mrs. Jankes, the English teacher, requested as an assignment to create a blog that would include primary and secondary discourse, as well as a good representation of why we deserve to be called college writers.
I personally took the assignment with a lot of frustration, asking myself perhaps the popular questions: where do I begin? Why a blog? Is this an English class? In the midst of my internal and thoughtful complaining, I reflected on who I really am and how did I get here in this class, and most of all what are my intentions in terms of writing. From that moment on the assignment began not only enjoyable, but light weight and passionate.
I began the about…
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