Someone else started StarrSackstein.com
for me, but then I reclaimed it. As I wrote my first teaching book, Teaching Mythology Exposed, I wanted to have readers weigh in on what mattered to them and use that data in my book. The blog was a perfect place to start.
But something more happened. Writing on the blog became a huge part of my reflection practice that continued the process I started with the National Board. I closely examined the successes and failures and shared them and people started to notice.