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Sign Up to Receive Your Free Guide to Twitter for Teachers

I often get requests for links to my various posts aimed at helping teachers to get more out of Twitter – so I’ve put them all in one handy pdf guide.  We’ll keep adding to it and put a fresh version on the blog when new ones do come out. So if you want to keep up to date with it please do tick the box below asking to be kept up to date with the blog.

Anything missing? Do let me know as we love writing posts on Twitter and are happy to help!

VERSION 2: UPDATED – 13/02/2012
New sections on Science tweeters, Geography tweeters and #edchats!

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Community and News


Identifying the signs a student might be suffering abuse 24 Mar 2015

If there’s one thing that none of us ever want to do, it’s miss out on the signs that a student is suffering from abuse. Every day that abuse goes undetected is another day that a young person is suffering. Your gut will often be your very best guide – if you’ve known a child […]

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Better Inspection for All? An overview of Ofsted’s proposed changes and what they will mean for your school 24 Feb 2015

After consulting with schools, the public and inspectors, Ofsted have proposed some major changes to the inspection framework which will take effect from September 2015. We’ve summarised them below, and indicated what this might mean for your school. A new Common Inspection FrameworkWhat it means: A new common inspection framework will be implemented across all […]

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Recruitment: 7 points to consider about your perfect candidate before making a job offer 05 Feb 2015

You’re recruiting for a new member of staff and you’ve put all your candidates through their paces and are ready to make a job offer. Before you go ahead, here are a few, often forgotten, points for consideration which can make a huge difference to the likelihood of your new recruit being happy and effective […]

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