I had the chance to present on humor and its implications at ASCD’s annual conference. It was a great experience, and I felt really good about it. It was great to share my ideas with a full room of educators, and it was clear that those in attendance valued what we had to share.
This made me think quite a bit about the importance of getting our ideas out there. Most often, the most important part of any idea is that we share it, and that we make sure others get the opportunity to hear it and provide us with feedback.
Sharing our thinking is incredibly important, because it helps us check the direction of our ideas, and we can use the feedback we get to grow our thinking further.
Everyone has a story to tell, and it makes sense to do whatever we can to share it. After all, stories are simply starting points, right?
So, we should do whatever we can to get our ideas out there!