Whenever I hear, read, or write the word passion, education immediately comes to my mind. From the moment I became aware of the fact that one of our assignments for this course would be keeping a passion blog, I knew that mine would be focused on education in some way. Ever since I discovered my passion for education in middle school, I promised myself that I would never lose sight of my goal to pursue it.
As a student in the North Penn School District, I always felt excited by the atmosphere of the school that I was in. Not a day went by that I didn’t look forward to going to school; I was always eager to attend class, complete my assignments, participate, work with and meet new people, and build relationships with the staff in the building. I feel like I belong in a school; I feel the need to take advantage of my passion, put it to work, and share the excitement that I have for education both inside and outside of the classroom.
Through education, I not only discovered myself and my passion, but also realized the importance of gratitude and positivity. Such ideas have enabled me to illustrate and have the confidence to pursue my passion. With that said, I hope to incorporate those two ideas throughout my passion blog.
Now that I’ve established what the general idea of my passion blog will revolve around, I want to brainstorm how I will structure the posts. To incorporate gratitude, my first idea was to dedicate each post to where the roots of where my passion for education stem from. The second idea I had was to compare the differences between high school and college in a way that it would serve as a guide for graduating high school seniors that intend to continue their education in college.