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    EduGeek now bigger than TES!

    Interesting, I see that EduGeek is now more pouplar then the Times Educational Suppliment site (TES Connect - Teaching Jobs, Teaching Resources & Community). We sit at 31,431 and TES at 32,496.
    EduGeek FTW!!

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    All I can say is Top Banana lol

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    was always going to happen well done Edugeek

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    Mind you, all of the teachers have been on holiday for 7 weeks. Sorry, preparing for the new school year and creating lesson plans etc, and in no way at all running around like headless chickens at the last minute, because whilst that's what the teaching unions say they've been doing in order to secure larger wages for them, what has actually happened is that they have been sitting somewhere nice for the past few weeks doing nothing of the sort*
    Anyway once they return I've no doubt that their ranking will shoot back up a bit.

    *My aplologies for the over-generalisation, but let's all play to our stereotypes eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    Mind you, all of the teachers have been on holiday for 7 weeks. Sorry, preparing for the new school year and creating lesson plans etc, and in no way at all running around like headless chickens at the last minute, because whilst that's what the teaching unions say they've been doing in order to secure larger wages for them, what has actually happened is that they have been sitting somewhere nice for the past few weeks doing nothing of the sort*
    Anyway once they return I've no doubt that their ranking will shoot back up a bit.

    *My aplologies for the over-generalisation, but let's all play to our stereotypes eh?
    Exactly, they'd never behave like that. I didn't see any running around madly on the couple of days before term starts...

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    the term 'second hand sandwich' is one I don't want to hear again in a hurry ;-)

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    Nice One! Go EduGeek! Woo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    Mind you, all of the teachers have been on holiday for 7 weeks. Sorry, preparing for the new school year and creating lesson plans etc, and in no way at all running around like headless chickens at the last minute, because whilst that's what the teaching unions say they've been doing in order to secure larger wages for them, what has actually happened is that they have been sitting somewhere nice for the past few weeks doing nothing of the sort*
    Anyway once they return I've no doubt that their ranking will shoot back up a bit.

    *My aplologies for the over-generalisation, but let's all play to our stereotypes eh?
    No none of mine have been panicking over OMGz i cannot print a worksheet from howtoteachict.com due to printing issues etc....... Madness that you would suggest such ideas !

    Congratulations Edugeek

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    Wonder how many techies haven't had the time to login yet this week due to all these teachers NOT panicking at the beginning of the term.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rydra View Post
    Wonder how many techies haven't had the time to login yet this week due to all these teachers NOT panicking at the beginning of the term.
    That's the joy of multi-tasking. We can do many things at the same time.



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