Sweet Conversation Today

After a long day at work, I had  a sweet conversation with my team. It was a nice ending to a long day. In a meeting this morning, I came to learn of a GIGANTIC report that the Ministry of Education asked us to complete last week, while we were on spring break. God bless our administration for not calling us in and making us do it. Instead the Ministry gave us an extra week.

Yesterday our VP explained some things to us in email, but we had a lot of questions, so I just waited until our Tuesday morning meeting. Today we realized what it entailed. I started texting the teachers on my team:

We discussed and began to figure out what was entailed. We each had to gather eight different pieces of evidence for each class they teach. As well as figure out how to best represent it–photo, Google Doc, video, link page.

It was a lot of work. Of course, we didn’t do only that all day! We had family commitments, other school work and connecting with students. I even participated in a virtual TeachMeet by leading a five minute session.

But at ten minutes before our deadline, ten hours after we started, we were finished, and it was a job really well done! We gave each other virtual high fives and applause. We gave flowers and congratulations.

There were lots more messages flying through the virtual airwaves. But the best one for me, as the team leader was this note telling about a Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol quote about how the best thing that functioned was the team. I miss them so much.

4 thoughts on “Sweet Conversation Today


  1. It’s so great to be part of a team that works well together! I love teaching, but I *really* love teaching when I’m alongside others who do so as well. It sounds like that’s the situation you’ve got–I’m happy for you!


    1. Thank you, Tim. I appreciate the visit to my blog. Yes, I do have a great team. Blessings to you at this difficult time, as well.


  2. This is so great, I am in awe of anyone who understands all the stuff that is going on online, it’s amazing and wonderful to see it all working so well! I cannot do any of it as kids have no internet access but I am in awe of those who can and are!

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