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A Shift from Teaching to Learning by @TeacherToolkit

A Shift from Teaching to Learning by @TeacherToolkit

This is a short blog, reflecting on the first 3 weeks as a Deputy Headteacher. Continue reading

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  • Last week, I shared my 10 Tips for Tweeting Teachers which (surprisingly) was well-received by teachers from all four-corners of the globe! As part of my weekly blogposts throughout the summer, this week I share my 10 Tips for Blogging Teachers. (more…)
  • After several years of tweeting, it's about time I published my own Tips for Tweeting Teachers. (more…)
  • "Since 2009, inspectors have been instructed not to grade the overall quality of a lesson they visit." Here are the headlines clarified from Ofsted's, Mike Cladingbowl's article, published today. If you are a teacher - who has received an observation judgement in your career (particularly since 2009) - and do NOT read this document; then all the hard work to communicate on this issue, will be fruitless! (more…)


" ... hugely impressive and moving to see the way McGill has tackled the varying challenges of a disadvantaged education, redundancy, the wrath of a multinational media conglomerate, an extremely demanding senior post in a tough inner-city school, and has managed to create the UK’s most successful educational blog and Twitter feed. Wow!" Read the interview here.
(Francis Gilbert, teacher, journalist and author.)

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