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  1. CLC
    CLC says:

    Please do see the fairly ‘new’ Education Blog from Canterbury Christ Church University; Considered. This blog covers a wide range of educational discussions, debates, commentaries from academics, school teachers, subject associations, student teachers… A great read.
    Twitter: @consider_ed

  2. David Snowdon
    David Snowdon says:

    A great list and a useful starting point for my Post-grad trainee teachers. Blogs are a great way of taking tentative steps into the community of educators.


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