The winner wass Kamilla Bury-Wisniewska and the books were posted to them directly from the publisher.
Thank you to everyone who took part - there was a massive amount of entries.
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The two questions related to educational acronyms which I have recently used.
There were many versions of SMART and SWOT in your responses, and lots of great feedback about my books via the tiebreaker question. However, many entries contained far more than the 20 wordcount limit for the tiebreaker, but I really enjoyed reading them all.
SMART - specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and timebound ('realistic' has been used in the past, but it is not the most recently used version, as I feel 'relevant' is more appropriate). Some people added both versions, but it was the most recent one (i.e. 'relevant') which I was looking for. This recent version is also available on my website.
SWOT - strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
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