As you may be aware from my incessant tweeting, the latest spreadsheet of bloggers is ready and waiting to be filled in. Details of how to do this are here. However, for the rest of the holidays I’m going to add some focus and element of challenge to it. Each day, I’m going to highlight one part of the spreadsheet, and challenge people to look up enough information to fill in 30 boxes on the spreadsheet.
Well done to everyone who had a go at yesterday’s challenge, particularly those who (along with myself) completed it.
Today, the challenge is to try to find and (accurately) fill in the sector for 30 blogs (that’s column J), but there’s a twist again. If you work in a primary school (or schools), then filling in “primary” doesn’t count to your total. If you work in a secondary school the filling in “secondary” doesn’t count. And if you don’t work in either, then filling in anything other than “primary” or “secondary” doesn’t count. Feel free to fill in ones that don’t count, just don’t include them in your total. Ones you filled in before the challenge was set, also don’t count. When you have filled in 30, comment below to announce your achievement. There’s hundreds to fill in. I’m going to have a go too. Remember those boxes that are in white might be easiest to find as they have been on the spreadsheet for the least amount of time. If you missed the previous challenges, I would also recommend going back and doing those.
If you comment on how you are doing on Twitter (or to ask for help) use the hashtag #30adaychallenge
Hints: Please make sure you have read the tips for using the spreadsheet here. Remember that “unknown” should only be used for an anonymous blogger who wants to conceal their sector. If you can find no clue as to sector on the blog itself, try looking up the author on Twitter. If you think you need another option, that’s not on the drop down list, you can type it in, but please let me know so I can consider adding it as an option.