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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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Keeping it real. Make Geography relevant to your pupils 24 Sep 2015

In its last two reports into the teaching of geography, Ofsted stated that a high proportion of students, particularly in KS3, don’t think that geography is relevant to them.  As geography teachers, we probably find that hard to believe – Geography is everywhere, in their everyday lives, on their journeys to school, in the places […]

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Free CPD from the British Council and Creative Education 15 Sep 2015

  Creative Education is offering a new set of British Council core skills courses across England under the new Connecting Classrooms programme. ‘Teaching the core skills’ training packages give teachers the knowledge and approaches they need to effectively integrate the teaching of core skills in the classroom. What are core skills? Core skills are the […]

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Making writing fun and engaging 07 Jul 2015

Small children naturally want to write. They make marks and are keen to tell stories and ascribe meaning to their marks. Somewhere along the way they can lose that enthusiasm and writing, instead of a joy, becomes a chore. So as teachers we need to find ways of inspiring them to want to write and […]

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