Earlier this week, I had shared a story for Vicky Loras’ Blogging Challenge “What’s Your Story?” One of the things that you have plenty of time to do while suffering from a cold is doing some reflection.
As I reflected on the extent of the content, the stories, and the global connections from her challenge, I really became with how impressive this young lady’s reach is. I certainly couldn’t even begin to reach the number of educators that she has worldwide and then have them share their story. So, I hopped over to her blog and posted a reply and then it came to me – her blogging challenge is actually in two parts now. Wouldn’t it make sense to put them all together in one spot? I thought of a number of ways to curate that sort of thing and thought that a Flipboard magazine would probably be the most interesting way.
So, I suggested that she do that.
During this morning’s dog walk, Jaimie pointed out that I’m quick to suggest work for others. He also noted that his walk was a little short because I still was sick and suggested that I make my own Flipboard of her links. Why not indeed?
After all, she’s done the heavy lifting organizing all this and wonderful educators from all over the planet have written their best. It wouldn’t take long to flip them into a book.
So, I did! There were some entries that were no longer available as well as Posterous which had hosted them. I got a few of these:
but a retry got it in eventually.
In a way of paying back to this wonderful project, please enjoy this Flipboard magazine “What’s Your Story?“