Sam Sherratt is one of those educators.
On my TweetDeck, he even has his OWN column. (He didn't know that before this post came out!) Here's the thing - It's like I have a mentor on my screen every morning. Here's what I saw first this morning. It caught my attention because he normally doesn't tweet his own thoughts many times in a row:
I found myself nodding my head, and feeling good about the track I'm on in my career.
I then saw a couple he retweeted that after reading, I, too retweeted:
If that's not enough - Sam blogs. His blog posts are from the heart, reflective, and many times present challenges for us to consider. His retweets from educators at his own school show us HOW to take on many of those challenges. So he not only poses the questions, but shares - in 140 characters or less - how teachers can begin tackling those questions.
I am so grateful for Sam for sharing his learning, the learning of others, and small bits of his day that can help guide other educators. I am so grateful I can learn from him, even being 8,422 miles away.