Jonathan Davis has started a great new Edtech blog, and this post really stood out to me:
I’m a large proponent of reflective teaching. What is meant by this is that I find tremendous value in having teaching being a constant cycle of improvement and improvement. One great way of doing so is through journaling. Journaling in itself shouldn’t be thought of as a chore and it also should feel like something natural that you want to do. It should be simple to use with whatever tools at your disposal easily available. In this case DayOne fits all that criteria.
I use DayOne constantly for personal reflection. I don't know why it never occurred to me to use it for professional. I'm excited to give this a go.