A Thousand Words

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What are your highlights throughout the past 12 months?

They say a picture is worth a thousands words. Social media – and blogging in particular – provides us all with so many opportunities; to drive education forward, bringing teachers, parents and politicians closer together for the better of all students.

Here is a post, capturing the events, people I have met and some of the topics I have discussed throughout 2016.

January – March 2016:

April – June 2016:

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July – September 2016:

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October – December 2016:

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I look forward to 2017 and all the people I am yet to meet through social media. Happy New Year!

TT.

@TeacherToolkit

In 2010, Ross Morrison McGill founded @TeacherToolkit from a simple Twitter account in which he rapidly became the 'most followed teacher on social media in the UK'. Today, he is currently a PGCE tutor and is researching 'social media and its influence on education policy' for his EdD at Cambridge University. In 2015, he was nominated for '500 Most Influential People in Britain' in The Sunday Times as one of the most influential in the field of education - he remains the only classroom teacher to feature to this day ... Sharing online as @TeacherToolkit, he rebuilt this website (c2008) into what you are now reading, as one of the 'most influential blogs on education in the UK', winning the number one spot at the UK Blog Awards (2018). Today, he is slowly building an online community of teachers ... In 1993, he started teaching and is an experienced school leader working in some of the toughest schools in London. He is also a former Teaching Awards winner for 'Teacher of the Year in a Secondary School, London' (2004) and has written several books on teaching (2013-2018). Read more...

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