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1. TeacherToolkit | Blog

TeacherToolkit | Blog United Kingdom About Blog TeacherToolkit is the most Influential Blog on Education in the UK. Teacher Toolkit provides teachers with access to resources that are meaningful for any classroom. This website is run by Ross McGill, an award-winning deputy head teacher working in North London.
Frequency about 10 posts per week.
Since Oct 2011
Website teachertoolkit.co.uk/blog
Facebook fans 22,853. Twitter followers 193,751.

2. ICTEvangelist

ICTEvangelist Cardiff, Wales,UK About Blog Award-winning blogger, author, consultant and speaker Mark Anderson combines his knowledge of technology and teaching to share his passion of learning and tech innovation. Drawing on his experience as an assistant headteacher, Mark uses his blog to give classroom advice for educators, app ideas to encourage learning, and personal anecdotes.
Frequency about 1 post per week.
Since Feb 2011
Also in Teacher Blogs, UK Education Blogs
Website ictevangelist.com
Facebook fans 2,101. Twitter followers 49,018.

3. The Secret Teacher | The Guardian

The Secret Teacher | The Guardian London About Blog The Secret Teacher Blog in The Guardian is an anonymous blog where teachers can tell it like it is. It examines a range of topics of interest for teachers - from looking at Ofsted inspections to parents evening.
Frequency about 4 posts per month.
Website theguardian.com/teacher-netw..
Facebook fans 7,948,658. Twitter followers 7,197,009.

4. The Learning Spy

The Learning Spy Backwell About Blog The Learning Spy is an brain food for the thinking teacher. David Didau runs this blog which is widely recognised as one of the most influential education blogs in the UK.
Frequency about 4 posts per month.
Website learningspy.co.uk/archive
Facebook fans 1,408. Twitter followers 46,134.

5. teacherhead

teacherhead London, England About Blog Zest for Learning... into the rainforest of teaching and school leadership. Written by Tom Sherrington, a head teacher and teacher in London, this site explores contemporary ideas in teaching and learning and school leadership. He writes about everything from ideas for teaching to grading lessons.
Frequency about 1 post per week.
Since May 2012
Website teacherhead.com/teacherhead-..
Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers n/a.

6. Impact Teachers Blog

Impact Teachers Blog London,UK About Blog The latest news, teacher resources, insightful education articles and classroom ideas! Impact was founded on the principle of creating outstanding schools and acquiring passionate teachers who can engage and inspire students both locally and globally.
Frequency about 4 posts per month.
Since Feb 2014
Website impactteachers.com/blog
Facebook fans 8,279. Twitter followers 4,993.

7. Resourceaholic | Ideas and Resources for teaching secondary school mathematics

Resourceaholic | Ideas and Resources for teaching secondary school mathematics Surrey/London, UK About Blog This blog is filled with ideas and resources for teaching secondary mathematics. With everything from Star Wars puzzles to mathematical handwriting, it’s an award winning blog for all things maths.
Frequency about 1 post per week.
Also in Education Blogs, Classroom Blogs
Website resourceaholic.com
Facebook fans 1,077. Twitter followers 19,602.

8. Magical Maths

Magical Maths London,UK About Blog This blog is a fun and friendly site that was set up in early 2007 to act as a learning hub for teachers around the world. The site receives thousands of visits per day, and has developed into an influential educational site where educators across the globe share resources and strategies.
Frequency about 1 post per month.
Website magicalmaths.org
Facebook fans 3,669. Twitter followers 11,956.

9. Class Teaching | Finding & sharing teaching 'bright spots'

Class Teaching | Finding & sharing teaching 'bright spots' Worthing, West Sussex, England About Blog With content which focuses on how to improve CPD (continuing professional development), ideas on how to improve the teaching and learning experience, and information on speaking sessions held at the school, the blog attracts a network of teachers who are on the search for resources to help them in their careers.
Frequency about 4 posts per month.
Website classteaching.wordpress.com
Facebook fans 206. Twitter followers 12,903.

10. The Confident Teacher

The Confident Teacher York, England About Blog The Confident Teacher is a blog by teacher and author, Alex Quigley, that shares ideas and evidence about education, teaching and learning.
Frequency about 2 posts per week.
Since Jun 2012
Website theconfidentteacher.com
Facebook fans 70. Twitter followers 34,881.

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  • Quality and consistency of posts.
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