Thank you. Counting (Twitter) blessings…

Those that can...

I’ve been fairly quiet in the Twittersphere of late, but a brief exchange has just brought home to me what an impact it’s had on my research, career and life. As a direct result of being on Twitter, I have, in the last two years:

Accumulated dozens of practical strategies and ideas which I’ve taken directly to my students and colleagues.

Kept abreast with the most up-to-date education news and developments.

Collected original and fascinating research data for my Doctorate.

Visited several wonderful schools and met numerous inspiring teachers and leaders.

Had my research published in various forms.

Had numerous free offers from quality proof-readers.

Spoken for the first time – and many times since – in public about my research and work.

Received personalised, cost-free and quality coaching from a volunteer.

Had on-call advice and support from some of the most respected professionals in the UK.

Been invited to…

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About gwenelope

English and Media Studies teacher in the wilds of Coventry, about to start my tenth year, which in itself is frankly terrifying. In the small pockets of free time I have have been known to do things like Tough Guy, circuit classes and swim often, very often. It is what keeps sanity near and insanity at bay.
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