The Top 10 Blogs of 2016

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Ross Morrison McGill founded @TeacherToolkit in 2010, and today, he is one of the 'most followed educators'on social media in the world. In 2015, he was nominated as one of the '500 Most Influential People in Britain' by The Sunday Times as a result of...
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What are the most-read blogposts throughout 2016?

Here are the most popular blogs on the Teacher Toolkit website over the past 12 months. n.b. some publications were published pre-2016 and ‘readership statistics’ accrue over the past 12 months.

Have you’ve read them all?

  1. 8 Teaching Ideas to Bin in 2016 –  what initiatives should we get rid of? ~ 31,250 reads.
  2. 20 Years of Educational Fads – what fads have teachers been subject to? ~ 26,600 reads.
  3. 101 Great Teachers to Follow on Twitter – what teachers are you following? ~ 18,500 reads.
  4. 101 Educators to Follow on Twitter – which educators are you following? ~ 17,100 reads.
  5. 10 Marking and Feedback Strategies – what techniques make students act on feedback? ~ 15,800 reads.
  6. 5 High Impact Ideas – what are your top classroom ideas? ~ 14,100 reads.
  7. 12 Ways to Embrace Marking and Feedback – how to embrace marking strategies? ~ 11,500 reads.
  8. 10 Poor Leadership Attributes – what leadership traits do you recognise? ~ 11,500 reads.
  9. 7 Traits of Effective Teachers – what makes an effective teacher? ~ 10,000 reads.
  10. 3 Top Tips to Keep Teachers Safe Online – how can teachers protect themselves? ~ 9,200 reads.

What do they all have in common?

If you don’t know where to start, consider 10 Tips for Blogging Teachers.


2 thoughts on “The Top 10 Blogs of 2016

  1. I use this book daily “Outstanding Lessons” well before it was the top-100 of all books listed on Amazon in 2013 and “Teacher Toolkit: helping you survive your first five years”, I have just ordered after reading the reviews. Thank you for the tip.

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