Saturday, March 21, 2009

Progress....

Okay, I'm wordy. I'll admit it.
If you read this blog regularly you've probably already come to this conclusion.

Right now I'm struggling with writing progress reports. And I'm writing too much. I've gotta say, these kids do allot in one day, never mind one year! Thank Heavens for photos. The journals too, have been very helpful. I have a kept individual journals for each student since the start of the school year and I am finding these mini scrap-books to be incredibly helpful. Still, I am not suppose to be writing thesis papers, these are meant to be one page narratives.

So, I am visiting some of my favorite blogs and taking a short break to say hello to all of you. I've been getting allot of requests for my book which is lovely. I hope people are enjoying their copies with their students. Let me know how it's going. I LOVE comments and try to answer each one.
PEACE
Jennifer

8 comments:

Paul and Ines said...

I can relate...last month was our progress reports & conferences...There is so much to say ..that I just talk faster (we only have 30 minute conferences)..at the end of it..i have to apologize to the parents for doing it. I did the pics one year ..it was fun & time consuming. My hat off to you. With the journaling for each child.. how often do you journal?

sarah in the woods said...

I recently found your blog. Looks like I'll be getting some good ideas from you for my little ones. I just wanted to say that I love the Seasons Change cut paper collage. I think I would enjoy trying something like that.

Montessori Mama said...

Thanks for the comments ladies! I journal in my student's journals weekly if I can, most often it ends up being every other. But I stilck in pieces of art, photos etc. as I go along and it all adds up.

Thanks for the comment about the Seasons Change Cut. Paper cut collage is my passion, I adore the process because it is so forgiving and I can leave it and come back when time allows. This, I am sure you can relate to with four young children!

Good luck to you and thanks for reading.
In PEACE
Jennifer

Shannon said...

I am the same way. I think I could write a 14 page progress report for a week!

I am totally want to buy two signed copies of your book just never remember to email!

I am so glad you are blogging more regularly again. I think you are so inspiring.

Making of a Montessori Mum said...

Now I imagine you get lots of awards coming your way...so I'm going to get on the bandwagon and send on too! Love you blog, always makes me smile when I see another post ready to be read.

The award is the proximade one - but no worries about passing on if have already. Just wanted to say 'hurray for you and your blog'.

Cheers.

(:

Making of a Montessori Mum said...

Whoops - forgot to say can see details of the award at my blog.

http://montessorimum.blogspot.com/

Basia said...

Hi, I just wanted to let you know that I have nominated you for the I Heart (Love) Your Blog Award. See my blog for details, please! CONGRATULATIONS!

pattyannie said...

I feel your pain! I just finished conferences last Friday. Is there an easier method?

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