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UK Blog Awards 2019 – Education Winner! #UKBA19 – Mr. Hill’s Musings – Education Article

2019 is apparently my year! Just a few weeks after the exciting and unexpected news that I have been accepted as a Google Certified Innovator, it is with shock, disbelief and delight that I announce my UK Blog Awards success. Mr Hill’s Musings won in the Education category and is now an award-winning blog. Two days later, I still can’t wrap my head around that. From the bottom of my heart, thank you to everyone who made it happen. Thank you to…

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Ten blogs that inspire this one (second edition) – Mr. Hill’s Musings – Education Article

A while ago, I listed ten education blogs that inspire this one. If you missed it, I encourage you to read that first list and follow all of those inspirational bloggers. Those ten blogs continue to inspire me but, as suspected, I had forgotten some that also deserved to be on that list. I have also discovered many new blogs since then. Therefore, I have listed ten more blogs that inspire this one and deserve your attention (in no particular…

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Please vote! UK Blog Awards 2019 #UKBA19 – Mr. Hill’s Musings – Education Article

For the second year in a row, I’m delighted to announce that I have been nominated for a UK Blog Award in the (Individual) Education category. I want to express a huge and heartfelt thank you to those who nominated Mr. Hill’s Musings. I’m incredibly grateful. Last year, I was overwhelmed by the support that I received during the public vote round. To all who voted last time, thank you. It honestly means the world to me. Unfortunately, I wasn’t shortlisted…

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I’m a finalist! UK Blog Awards 2019 #UKBA19 – Mr. Hill’s Musings – Education Article

What a start to 2019! I’m overjoyed to announce that I have been shortlisted in the Education category of the UK Blog Awards. I can’t believe it! I’m a finalist! It’s time to start practising my “gracious loser face” and, just in case, an acceptance speech. Maybe… Just maybe… For the first time in UKBA history, the shortlisting process was based 40% on the public vote and 60% on the judges’ scores (it was previously based solely on votes). As…

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