There is no such thing as a new idea. It is impossible. We simply take a lot of old ideas and put them into a sort of mental kaleidoscope. We give them a turn and they make new and curious combinations. We keep on turning and making new combinations indefinitely; but they are the same old pieces of colored glass that have been in use through all the ages.
– Mark Twain
Thanks to a post by my fellow #etmooc ‘er Helen Blunden @activatelearn. I was inspired to write this post.
My most viewed posts of 2014
4. Putting Passion Into Practice
5. School Counsellors Connecting
6. Children of Alcoholics School Counsellors Can Help
7. OCLMOOC: SChool Counsellors Joining In And You Can Too
8. Connections Have Transformed Me
9. Conference With A Difference
10. Lessons For A New School Counsellor
Wishing my PLN a fantastic 2015 and hoping you and your families enjoy all the blessings of life.
LOVE THIS TWEET : Something we all should practice in 2015
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Mark Anderson (@ICTEvangelist) December 22, 2014
I am so fortunate to work with @NeilOF12 a great leader, and @ehordyskiluong ( my co-inspirer) I know that’s not a word, but she always works with me to inspire students and helps me with so many other projects and ideas. To Peter Damen who always has great ideas and is a fabulous School Counsellor ( who I am grateful is on our team ) thank you for who you are and all you do. To my fabulous colleagues who continue to inspire me by what they do and their comittment to education . I am grateful to work alongside you.
In 2015, I hope to see more Canadian School Counsellors on twitter. I look forward to celebrating and connecting with you. Thanks to those who have already taken a leadership role. See you in #SCCrowd #scchat and #cscchat.
GO MAKE A DIFFERENCE in 2015