We asked our readers to get involved too – by voting for the teacher whose tweets or blog posts explain the inexplicable or who creates, shares or links to those genius resources that save them from Sunday night panics and give them back hours of free time. The response was amazing and we have a wonderful winner and finalist for you to explore – find out more about them below. Thank you again to everybody who took part!
Mr P is a primary teacher who provides INSET training, CPD sessions and teacher training for how to best use ICT across the curriculum. What you said: "Because he's a teacher, Lee has an in-depth knowledge of the curriculum and the pressures and constraints that we are all under. He provides practical and useful advice that is invaluable in my classroom. His posts are often humorous way and lift my spirits. In a world where teaching is often seen in a negative light, he offers a glimmer of hope."
Rob Smith is the curator of the Literacy Shed, home to a wealth of visual resources for KS1 and KS2 literacy lessons. What you said: "Rob provides a wide variety of literacy-based resources and ideas. My class has produced some amazing pieces of writing thanks to him!"