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Top Posts of 2012

December 31, 2012

The following posts got the most views in 2012. Some of them weren’t actually written in 2012.

1

What OFSTED Say They Want

2

A Guide To Scenes From The Battleground

3

The Insanity of Allowing Phones in Class

4

How to Destroy NQTs

5

The Two Types of Guardian Journalism About Where to Send your Kids to School

6

Actually, It Was About Cheating

7

Progressive Teaching Methods In the Primary School

8

Why Students Aren’t Given More of a Say in Education

9

Good Year Heads

10

RELOADED: How To Find Out If Your Teacher Is Gay

11

A Reply To Fiona Millar’s Latest Exercise in Denialism

12

The Exam Hysteria Continues…

13

The Attitudes Which Cause the Behaviour Crisis

14

Dumbing Down: The Tory Way

15

A New Summing Up

16

The Job that Never Ends

17

How Not to Criticise an Education Secretary

18

A Member of the Patriarchy Writes…

19

You Know it’s Time to Quit Teaching When…

20

Technology and Another Myth for Teachers

Roughly speaking, I started the year working quite hard on heavily researched posts about progressive education and the future. As the year went on I just got busier and busier with work and blogged mainly about things I’d just seen online or in the news, making the blog a lot more topical and controversial. There’s been more media coverage and a big explosion in Twitter followers. My new year’s  resolution as a blogger will be to find some time to write some more in depth and researched posts, although it looks like I’m already out of spare time for that during this holiday.

Maybe half-term…

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