Monday, April 11, 2011
Who are you? Who are you really?
Who am I? Who am I really? How often do we ask ourselves these question? How often do we ask our student's this question? Should we have a ready answer? Should they?
I am an educator, a technology user, a mother, a wife, a daughter, a sister, a mentor, a coach, an athlete, a dancer, a reader, a writer, a searcher, a thinker, a film maker, a leader, a sharer, an advocate, a talker, a listener and so much more.
In the end, Zach felt that who we are changes so constantly, that a better question is "Who do you want to be?"
Who are you? Who are you really? Who do you want to be?
Starting the week on a philosophical note...
P.S. You can see the conclusion of Zach's speech here.