As we get closer and closer to a new year I like to reflect on the year that was by sharing my top 10 posts of the year. Hopefully, this gives you something to read and delve into over the break whether it is summer or winter for you (or the same as every other day like me in Singapore).
Here are my top 10 posts of 2018 (based on social media shares and page views). ENJOY!
10 – 50 Australia/New Zealand based Educators to Follow on Twitter – A list of the best 50 educators in Australia or New Zealand who you must be following on Twitter.
9 – 7 Ways to Rethink How Your Students Present Their Work – A guest post by Adam Torrens reveals some exciting and new ways to shake up how your students present their learning – this post is loaded with inspirational ideas!
8 – My Top 15 Must-Read Ed-Tech Blogs – Here is a list of my favorite EdTech Blogs from around the globe that I find myself going back to on a weekly basis just to get some inspiration and to learn from the best. If you are like me and you live to learn then jump on board these legendary blogs and start learning too, I promise you won’t be disappointed.
7 – The Top 9 Twitter Chats Educators Should Follow in 2018, an update! – The title says it all – which Twitter Chats should you be a part of now and into 2019?
6 – 6 Ways to Promote Well-Being, Health, and Happiness in Your School – When answering this question: “How are you promoting well-being, health, and happiness in your classrooms?”, I gave my 6 tips to promote well0being, health, and happiness in your school.
5 – 50 Asia Based Educators to Follow on Twitter – Another twitter list of people to follow, this time a list of must-follow educators in Asia.
4 – The Top 8 Professional Reads for Educators in 2018 – A Crowd-Sourced list of the best educational books chosen by educators for educators from all over the globe. Need a read for a break? This is your list!
3 – 25 School Leaders to Follow on Twitter – The title says it all… The School Leaders that you HAVE to follow on Twitter!
2 – 400 Educators to Follow on Twitter – A Crowd-Sourced List By Educators, For Educators – In a matter of 60 minutes during a #whatisschool Twitter chat with Jennifer Williams we asked classroom teachers, administrators, tech coaches, librarians, and more to share individuals that positively influence and inform practice and that make a difference in education through their work and support within our PLN. These are the 400 people they suggested!
1 – 100 Educators to Follow on Twitter – A Crowd-Sourced list of who to follow. After more than a month of active searching, 314 submissions and 487 suggested Twitter users to follow, I analyzed the data and created this list.
Thank you for your support in 2018 and I look forward to engaging and collaborating with you in 2019 and beyond. Check out my Speaking page to see where I will be next so we can meet face to face and contact me to lead learning with you and your school.