Promoting the primary bloggers this week!
There were several tweets back and forth over the weekend asking questions about primary bloggers and secondary bloggers. Questions about whether twitter seemed to be favoured more by secondary colleagues and not as well used as primary colleagues.
At the end of the day it can only be measured by your own circle of followers and those whom you follow as well as whatever you choose to read.
Some colleagues will make sure their blogs etc… are seen by tweeting the link either on twitter, to key twitterati or even both.
Following a huge response to a tweet about ‘Are you a primary blogger?’, this week’s blog will promote primary teachers who blog with a follow up blog next week promoting the primary schools and classes that have blogs too.
It didn’t take long to collate a list of people I follow who blog. Tweeting one or two other colleagues and suddenly the list had grown.
So, here we are. By no means an exclusive list. Just happens to be those I either follow and read or have come across via other colleagues.
40 primary teachers who blog!
Betsy Salt @betsysalt
Martin Waller @MultiMartin
Andrew Cowley @andrew_cowley23
@technologytotea Maggie M
Lynne Moore @MooreLynne1
Hey Miss Smith @HeyMissSmith
Amy Harvey @ms_jamdangory
Stephen Lockyer @mrlockyer
Ian Addison @ianaddison
Mr Waldram @MrWaldram
Hywell Roberts @HYWEL_ROBERTS
Deputy Mitchell @DeputyMitchell
Dughall McCormick @dughall
Bill Lord @Joga5
Tim Rylands @TimRylands
Dawn Hallybone @dawnhallybone
I suppose I could include myself in this list.