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And the winners are ….

Three weeks ago I published an article of the Top 8 Professional Reads for Summer as voted by you.

The process began 2 months ago when I tweeted / shared out to get responses of peoples favorite professional education books for staff development.

After sending out a survey over the space of 2 weeks on Twitter and through other Social Media Platforms, we had 258 book suggestions from 123 educators from 13 different countries around the world, spanning several continents and every corner of the globe. The global reach here was magnificent and the professional reading shared was detailed and diverse.

Instantly the article went viral with 1000 facebook shares, 12000 Twitter shares and RT’s and 100’s of shares on other social media platforms. It was obvious that educators love to learn and with that came the competition!

1The Innovators MindsetTo celebrate the number 1 book (as voted by you), George Couros offered to give away 3 signed copies of his book “The Innovator’s Mindset”.

So here we are …… Time to announce the 3 winners!

We had 397 entries from 12 different countries around the globe!

The winners are:

Thank you for your entries! It was overwhelming!

I encourage you to get purchasing and read these top 8 books – it is totally worth it – I have purchased 2 of them ready for my summer vacation – can’t wait! Check out the link below for purchasing details and more ……

Have a great summer vacation everyone and congratulations to our winners!

The Top 8 Professional Reads for Educators 2016 (plus more)

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Craig Kemp

Craig Kemp

I am a passionate Head of Educational Technology at a large International School in Singapore. I am a lifelong learner, dream creator and thought leader. I love to inspire others and find inspiration. Co-founder of #whatisschool, #asiaED edchats and #pubPD.

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