Posts for Tag: reward

the process

I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately. Planning for TOSA projects has suddenly taken on new meaning, as teachers return from the holiday with lots of ideas. 

My inbox is full of email threads, and I am in the process of corresponding with teacher requests. I am also teaching 2 class periods of Digital Media & Design at the middle school every morning (34% of contract). It’s busy! And, I’m not complaining. 

The process is what you make it. I like to make my process intentional. It’s more rewarding that way. 

“BEGIN ANYWHERE”

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picture & print: analog research lab

what’s the reward?

Love the sentiment behind this poster. 

The reward is the process. 

Years ago, when I was learning printing techniques, one of my professors told me to "trust the process." 

Pretty sure there are some analogies to teaching and learning in the digital classroom in both of those statements about the process. 

*image & print by analog research lab

Did you know facebook has a print shop? What started in Palo Alto as a space for artists and employees to practice analog print and design has grown to other facebook outposts. This picture is from a recent pop-up MakerSpace in Dublin, Ireland.