The Top 12 Blogs of 2017

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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 blogs throughout the past 12 months?

We’ve been digging through the archives behind the scenes at Teacher Toolkit to see which blogs have been the most popular over the last 12 months! Take a scroll through our reader-favourites and discover the ones you may have missed.

Popular Reads

  1. 20 Years of Educational Fads – What do teachers waste their time doing? = 57,816 reads
  2. 101 Great Teacher To Follow on Twitter – Who is in your Professional Learning Network? = 45,059 reads
  3. 101 Educators to Follow – Who would you recommend following on Twitter? = 35,961 reads
  4. High Impact Ideas – What are your top-5 classroom ideas? = 26,397 reads
  5. 10 Marking and Feedback Strategies – Feedback techniques that make students act on feedback = 24,675 reads
  6. 12 Ways to Embrace Marking and Feedback Marking and feedback ideas = 24,266 reads
  7. 12 Smart Steps to Reduce Teacher Workload – How can schools reduce teacher workload? = 22,221 reads
  8. What Would You Do? #InTray – An in-tray exercise for a potential leadership interview. = 19,834 reads
  9. 10 ‘Teach to the top’ Differentiation Ideas – How do you plan for differentiation in lessons? = 17,578 reads
  10. 10 Ways to Demotivate Teachers -What do schools do to demotivate their teaching staff? = 16,026 reads
  11. 10 Teaching Ideas to Trash in 2017 -What teaching ideas would you like to say goodbye to in 2017? = 14,936 reads
  12. The Coasting Teacher – How do you spot a ‘coasting’ teacher and how can you support them? = 14,038 reads

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


One thought on “The Top 12 Blogs of 2017

  1. This is a great site to know where to go for some ideas and advice. I think it’s brilliant that people are now recognising how important teacher well-being is. This is what inspired my friend and fellow teacher and I started our own humble blog, just to share our own experiences and hopefully help fellow teachers feel they are not alone and to spread a little teacher appreciation! It is just great that there are others out there offering support and love- the online teaching community is such a positive place!

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