How long have you subscribed to TESS?
Just over a year.
Why did you start?
I was interviewed for an article about ePortfolios so wanted to make sure I got a copy to keep. I found it such a valuable read that I continued my subscription.
Who reads your copy?
Just me, but sometimes my children recycle it to cut out letters for spelling homework.
What do you read first?
I usually flick to see who's been mentioned in Short amp; Tweet, but after that just read from the beginning.
What should there be more of in TESS?
Practical ideas that can be used in the classroom, perhaps written by teachers and students.
What would you be excited to see on the front page?
"Free wi-fi to be made available in all Scottish schools"
What is TESS?
A must for educationalists to keep up to date with current issues.