More and more evidence, honesty and impact…

@TeacherToolkitIn 2010, Ross Morrison McGill founded @TeacherToolkit from a simple Twitter account through which he rapidly became the ‘most followed teacher on social media in the UK’. In 2015, he was nominated as one of the ‘500 Most Influential People in Britain’ by The Sunday… Read more about @TeacherToolkitMore and more reviews from teachers who have purchased 100 Ideas: Outstanding Lessons.I promise this to be the last thing I write about the darn book and understand, yet another blogpost, may cause angst. This is not my intention dear reader. This post is simply to fuel those who are undecided on purchasing 100 Ideas: Outstanding Lessons and to offer examples to those who have, sharing what content I’ve been receiving. (Later this week, I’ll be sharing a few posts on CPD and Teaching and Learning. Back to business as usual!)Ofsted:@TeacherToolkit @Lornachampcork @Heatherleatt Blimey, well done! Good stuff always finds audience…— Mary Myatt (@MaryMyatt) October 25, 2013Boring:Now, I appreciate, that the over-repetitive messages about my first book, will be infuriating for many (if not all) of my online followers. I totally understand this, so please note; I am conscientious of what I am sharing, but I make no apologies for it …Why?Because:I am living proof; that anyone who blogs regularly on teaching; with honestly and reflection, can perhaps journey down the road I have travelled. Possibly write a book too. The rise of the teacher-blogger is evidence indeed, that anything is possible once you put a pen to paper and start sharing with your peers.I am proud of what I have achieved and will bask in its praise for as long as possible.Nothing lasts forever and the online reviews will speak for itself. I am happy to die by the sword.It can be quite daring to put something out in front of your peers.This book consumed my life, for five (5) solid months. I sacrificed time with my family, in order to go into work at the weekend to find a space to write. This was my choice. There is no martyrdom intended here. I just want to emphasis, no matter what content is held within a book, it is bloody hard work(!) and that anyone who does manage to publish anything, deserves a pat on the back. I’m referring to other teacher-bloggers here.I am now reaping the rewards, having time away from writing and observing the impact in classrooms across the country. Thank you for sharing your photos.and finally he says (brushing that chip off his shoulder), I achieved a GCSE grade D in English Language and a grade C in English Literature. Grades do not define you; determination does! You can publish a book and if this is something you want to do, start it today…It is my aim, that those who are engaging with 100 Ideas – or, who are still unsure about the content – can use these regular updates to crowd-source opinion and evidence. Just click on any of the tweets below to interact with that person.Click here to read about all the chapter hashtags in the book and here to read other reviews.Video courtesy of Learn 4 Life:Reviews:Everyone at @BelmontTeach cannot wait to grab a copy! Now out on Kindle (26th October 2013), click here.“Relax, there’s enough copies for you all!”General recommendations:@TeacherToolkit used your 100 ideas with some new teachers. Great book of ideas works well for Australian schools— Michael Pate (@mrpate) October 24, 2013#100ideas it is now compulsory for all teachers to tweet a photograph of this. pic.twitter.com/F8tJMG7dXF— Rich Pepperell (@mr_pepperell) October 28, 2013Classroom impact:Got observed last week. 3 for progress. Beyond gutted. Asked2 be re-observed after reading #100ideas from @TeacherToolkit got a 2 #beaming— Lizzie (@efletcher) October 22, [email protected] set an #OOH for my year 8 class on random number. Nice reading your book after and knowing I’ve done something #outstanding— Leon Doyle (@teachdoyle) October 20, 2013I recommend @TeacherToolkit book. Lots of fab ideas. So much so, that I found myself reading it at 2am, during a brief spell of insomnia.— Amy (@coombeland) October 13, 2013Kids did great job portioning up their ideal lesson from activities they completed in class. #100ideas pic.twitter.com/XPq0n4aDRg— Rich Pepperell (@mr_pepperell) October 14, 2013https://twitter.com/PaulCarabine/status/392542793614495744Primary:https://twitter.com/yesiamemmab/status/389308961180364800Resource Ideas:My new A3 laminated MINT poster – idea 90 #100Ideas pic.twitter.com/tPyHo5BRJd— Rich Pepperell (@mr_pepperell) October 13, [email protected] Take away homework PSHE/Citizenship close up #100Ideas pic.twitter.com/IDnEJDXCkL— Debbie Bleasdale (@deb0502) October 21, [email protected] My new display all good to go, inc take away homework #100Ideas pic.twitter.com/PG8A7Ro0VV— Debbie Bleasdale (@deb0502) October 21, 2013https://twitter.com/PaulCarabine/status/391973626318442497Kindle version:and now available on Amazon Kindle. Click on the image below to purchase.100 Ideas on KindleThe journey:You can read about my book journey here and the reviews at the bottom of this page.Take a look inside:Click here to preview some of the content and here to see images on Twitter.Thanks for reading; purchasing and sharing your thoughts. The next book is being discussed this week!Have a lovely half-term.51.511214-0.119824Related

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