This blog was originally set up as part of the 23 Things for Research project, to help researchers and academics find which social media tools might aid in their research process.  However, I have so enjoyed blogging that I am going to use it also for the 23 Teaching Things project, and for musing on family matters as well.  The menu and categories functions in WordPress make this combination possible.

But to return to the original purpose, I have just completed the data collection phase of my Doctor of Education, so 23 Things for Research is a timely project to include for my data analysis phase.  I hope that blogging will not only aid my reflective processes but will invite suggestions from those who take time to read my posts.  My EdD research asks: Does first language written reflection increase second language acquisition when secondary school foreign language students write for portfolio assessment?

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