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Q: How do you eat a whale? A: One bite at a time. It doesn’t much matter where you start on any big project or adjustment to your classroom. The reality is you will likely not use the first thing you create or first change you make as learning is a process and you won’t know where the road leads or the skills you need until well after you have set off. This is why making a second one of anything takes far less time and frustration than doing it the first time, you figure out a more efficient methods using newly acquired skills. It is a bit ironic that as teachers we forget so often what it means to be a learner.