Teaching Machines: The History of Personalized Learning

Though focused on the American experience, Audrey Watters’ book is full of salient lessons about AI’s forays into schools...

Find out more

Reaching the unseen children by Jean Gross

It’s always exciting to see a new book placing emphasis on addressing the educational impacts of socio-economic disadvantage. Jean...

Find out more

Organise Ideas: Thinking By Hand, Extending the Mind

When it comes to graphic organisers, I’m about as nerdy as it gets. I used them extensively in my...

Find out more

The art and science of teaching primary reading by Christopher Such

“Despite decades of research into the subject, […] many teachers are inexcusably ill-informed about reading.” This is a devastating...

Find out more

Teach Like A Champion 3.0 by Doug Lemov

Doug Lemov’s Teach Like A Champion (TLAC) books are ubiquitous on CPD library shelves. When I trained in 2015...

Find out more

The Great Education Robbery

As titles go, The Great Education Robbery is about as emotive as they come. And yet, you won’t find...

Find out more

Becoming a teacher

Amber Smith finds a potentially transformative book, but possibly not for the teacher audience its marketing suggests Becoming a...

Find out more

My secret #edtech diary by Al Kingsley

Too late by some 18 months and never quite sure of its intended audience, this diary nonetheless reveals interesting...

Find out more

Irresistible Learning: Embedding a culture of research in schools

Cassie Young finds a book that will take you all the way from dipping your toe into research-informed practice...

Find out more