I have been asked by my supervisor to list my 10 best work related skills. I've thought about this for a couple of weeks now. This is a very hard exercise for me because I just do what I do and I don't really reflect on my strengths very often. But I'm very hard on myself when it comes to my weaknesses.
I am not going to number these because they are in no particular order.
*Teaching myself new initiatives and applications
*Producing (school district accts & personal accts) and consuming (personal accts) information for/from social media and my PLN
*I am able to tell the Kind Truth (Lencioni)
*Configuring iPads from box to classroom on our local network, including buying apps and using a 3rd party management tool for distributing apps.
*Working with reluctant adopters and those stuck on one of the lower levels of the SAMR model in order to move them Above the Line.
*Presenting professional development sessions for my district
*Troubleshooting computer and network issues
*I'm the fun one!
*Most things Google and being the Google admin for the district
*I'm flexible and tolerant of all viewpoints
*Creating tip sheets and screencast tutorials to support students, teachers and staff
I know, that's 11! I guess I have more skills than I thought! Who knew?!
This exercise was inspired by Kevin Honeycutt and his video Launch Me Tips From The Road.
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