When I ask my students to write reflectively, I’m asking them to be brave enough to be honest with themselves, willing to take the risk of doing something new, and I ask them to trust me with their inner-selves. And, amazingly enough – they do.
This summer, I was asked if I would host a session on Global Math Department. My first instinct was to immediately say no. Imposter Syndrome took over – and not just in a little bit – it hit me big time, like, on steroids. I’m no PhD, I’m not published, I’ve never conducted research, I’m not a “name.”
But… I ask my students to be brave, to take a risk, and to trust…
So, I said yes.
On Tuesday, from 9 – 10pm EDT, I’ll host a session on: “Thinking About Your Thinking: Writing + Math.” https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Thinking-About-Your-Thinking-Writing-Math
In the words of Jim Halpert, “At the end of the day, you gotta jump.” I’d love it if you joined me –