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What literature has had the biggest impact on your practice? #gtcsPL

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As a member of the GTCS Research Engagement Group, I’m facilitating this week’s slow twitter chat with the hashtag #gtcspl.

Slow twitter chat? What’s that? Well, discussing educational literature is complex, and rightly so, so rather than trying to cram our chats into an hour, we’re hoping to encourage folk to join in over the course of a week. This is the third such chat and taking the week-long approach has really worked for allowing the conversation to develop, as well as giving lots of busy teachers the chance to join in over the course of the week.

So for my week I’ve chosen to ask the question…

What literature has had the biggest impact on your practice?

I’m hoping this will kick off with lots of sharing of great articles and books (some of which will hopefully be available through EBSCO) but I’m hoping to encourage folk to go further and also share what impact it had, why and how they know. We’ll see how we get on.

So, get your thinking caps on folks and join in all week!

EDIT

Here are the storifies (sp?) capturing the tweets from the week:

It was suggested that we compile all the books suggested in the first three days of the chat into one list on the fourth day and then vote on a top ten on the last day. You can see both of these lists below. We ended up with a top 12 instead of a top 10 due to a tie.


So, what do you think ?