I still need to tag 11 people from my PLN and write up questions to finish this task. I hope to do that by the end of the week.
I’ve not been very regular with this blog of late. I’ve also not been on top of all the awesome professional development activities that my PLN has been chirping away about. I’ve been a bit preoccupied with lots of things that are happening in and around my life. However in this new year, I’m going to try to cut down on the gap between my posts (not a resolution!). I’ve come to the Eleven things blog challenge really late but it’s a great opportunity for me to get back into action. I’m strongly visual as you’ve probably realized if you’ve looked through some of my other posts. So, I’ve responded like I usually do in the form of an infographic.
I’ve been tagged by my PLNer from Serbia, Ljiljana Havran and the task involves:
I’m going to skip the last two steps for now because I still need to answer Ratna’s questions and I don’t want to end up having to tag 22 people 😉 this late in the game.
If JPEGs make you nauseous, here’s a link to a PDF version.
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