A bargain. And it’s not too shabby, even if I say so myself. https://twitter.com/itpressuk/status/1402576707048120322
I read this before covid stopped us using the library, but I found this changed a lot about how I think about reading. I am going to re-read over summer.
Very cool indeed Kenny, I’ve done spine stories: photo of a pile of books with my class, & I think #ds106
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Which is pretty wonderful and I saw in @katexic newsletter
“Wee piece by me. Make reducing teachers contact time the priority https://t.co/OaXqJ5RVKB”
I say this as one who has been blogging about teaching practice since 2011 and realise that this part of my teaching career is coming to an end. No big drama, no big story, I just don’t do it any more. But what impact has it had?
Kenny, you have had a big impact on me, one of the few blogs I subscribe to via email rather than RSS.
It has allowed me develop ideas more clearly, to articulate my thoughts on education.
speaks to me. The impact on the blogger.
I wonder if you will write in other places, another book? TES? If you do I hope you post a short note to your blog to let me and many other know.