The Great Education Robbery

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

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Becoming a teacher

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

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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...

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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...

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The magic in the space between by Ian and Hilary Wigston

Just like the best mentoring, this book is less a how-to manual than a thought-provoking catalyst for change, writes...

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12 books to look forward to this summer and beyond

JL Dutaut ends the academic year with a look ahead at the books on education publishers’ slates that are...

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The boy question by Mark Roberts

Don’t be put off by the title, writes Stephen Lockyer. This book is a goldmine of wisdom and practical...

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How to think by Tom Chatfield

Though not aimed at schools, this book could be transformative for senior leaders, teachers and their pupils, finds Amir...

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Addressing educational disadvantage the Essex way

Headteacher, John Bryant finds a book full of practical take-aways and expert commentary that will inform any leader’s interventions...

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