- Write for yourself. Clarify an idea, write something out loud. The process of distilling thoughts into writing is immensely beneficial to your practice. If other read, comment and respond, that’s a bonus. Ignore the muppets who know nothing of your context, style or students.
- Mix it up – I like to read about real stuff from real classrooms and schools and also about other stuff. If we always write about school, how does that work for workload?
- If you’ve nothing nice to say, don’t say it.
This month is the start of the #29daysofwriting challenge. I enjoyed this last year and will be using my Staffrm account to post. I’ll also be reporting here, both to give a little more detail and to keep a log of what I have written. The challenge developed a great sense of community last year, which is why I’m choosing to write on Staffrm.
What I would say to those who are new to writing or don’t want to run out of ideas is:
So, the following has been adapted from a geography article: