Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.
— Lewis Carroll Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
What's more impossible than trying to turn the entire world upside down?!

What's more impossible than trying to turn the entire world upside down?!

EARTH TO SARAH

Geographer

It has been a good long while since I have contributed research in the field of Geography, but I'm glad.  For me, research can get very myopic, focused in to just a small sample of what there is to understand.  I enjoy practicing Geography, namely through my efforts in seeing it, teaching it and then talking about teaching it with others.

Teacher

As a innately curious and philosophical thinker, I have never been so challenged and engaged then when am reflecting on the nuanced complexities of learning/teaching.  I 'whack' (a.k.a. forward slash) those together because I do believe that learning comes first - for everyone, especially teachers.  

Idea-Generator and Inspirator

As "impossible" things, I dream up ideas daily.  I'm a global thinker, a visualizer and synthesizer.  My need to understand how things connect has the wonderful results of generating ideas, asking questions of others, sharing those ideas and inspiring others.  It is one of the greatest compliments that I have the honor of hearing often enough: "What a great idea!"