Back on track. Fewer things, greater depth by Mary Myatt

Sarah Watkins finds a thought-provoking book that pleasingly follows its own advice, sometimes to its own detriment I’ve always...

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Making meaning in English by David Didau

Gwen Nelson finds a book with a lot of common sense that will be particularly valuable to early-career English...

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Fear is the mind killer by Mannion and McAllister

Ed Finch finds a book that makes a great case for ‘learning to learn’, provided you’re happy to give...

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Lessons from Lockdown by Tony Breslin

Steve Turnbull’s review finds a book with some thought-provoking contributions to imagining post-Covid education, but one grave omission As...

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Cognitive Load Theory by Steve Garnett

Adam Boxer finds this handy introduction is undermined by edu-publishing fetishes old and new The edu-twitter-bloggo-bookosphere is a crowded field. Jostling...

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The Fundraising Handbook by Lindsey Marsh

Terry Freedman discovers a book with a wealth of useful information that’s sadly hard to navigate One of the...

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Books for teachers and school leaders 2019

For policy nerds The Educated Guess By Warwick Sharp Publisher: Self-published The Educated Guess is a gem of a...

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The Incredible Teenage Brain by Hohnen, Gilmour and Murphy

The Incredible Teenage Brain promises to tell you everything you need to know to “unlock your teen’s potential”. As...

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Books for teachers and school leaders – summer 2019

Are you wondering which books to read on your summer break? We asked six people in the education field...

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