Just a bit of crowing. Diana and I are at Honnold Library this morning, determined to work for a good 60-90 minutes. We're both looking at piles of student papers, reading, class planning, and all sorts of other commitments, but we promised each other we'd be here, and here we are.
This is really tough. The resistence, as Diana calls it, is very strong, and the other commitments seem so much more immediately pressing. But we know how this works. I'm challenging all of us to commit to another 90 minutes next week. Let's see if we can manage it.
Also, I would like to suggest that we take that 90 minutes to produce something that we can share about our own plans for the next couple of months. How much can we reasonably expect to accomplish? What would adequate progress, good progress or even really good progress look like?