The LAST prompt EVER (can you tell I'm excited to be done?): Are you getting burnt out yet? What is making you feel that way? How can you sustain momentum? After you finish this course will you continue? Why or why not? Have you made any connections to other school districts or universities? What are you learning from them?
I write this as I wait for the opening keynote at ISTE 2016. So, am I burnt out on connecting with other educators? Um...no. Am I burnt out on my Master's program? Um...yes.
Don't get me wrong. It's been very enriching to go through this program (there were a few exceptions). But, I'm ready to be DONE. It was very hard to balance my education with creating time to enrich my students' education.
I've already talked in previous reflections about the connections, or lack thereof, that I've made. I won't stop participating in PLNs and getting involved on Twitter and Google+. Despite Bill Selak's suggestion during today's Ignite session, I'm wary of Snapchat. I think I'll be a holdout. I carefully straddle the line between giving to much access to my students of myself and trying to be an innovator. I tend to err on the side of not giving too much access.
I'm sure I'll learn a lot from them in the next few days at ISTE.