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- DescriptionThis is a book about teaching, but it is t a manual on how to teach. It is a book about ideas, but t ideological. It is a book about thinking and questioning and challenging, but it also attempts some possible answers. The hope is that you will consider the implications of being wrong and consider what you would do differently if your most cherished beliefs about education turned out t to be true.
- Author BiographyDavid Didau works at Swindon Academy as well as being a freelance writer, speaker, trainer and author. He started his award winning blog, The Learning Spy, in 2011 to express the constraints and irritations of ordinary teachers, detail the successes and failures of his classroom and synthesise his years of teaching experienced through the lens of education research and cognitive psychology. Since then he has spoken at various national conferences, directly influenced Ofsted and worked with the DfE on reducing teachers' workload. He has also written the hugely successful book, The Secret of Literacy, in which he urges teachers to 'make the implicit explicit'. In his latest book, What If Everything You Knew About Education Was Wrong? he has turned his attention to the myriad unexamined assumptions that underlie education and how we might realign schools with how children actually learn.
- Author(s)David Didau
- PublisherCrown House Publishing
- Date of Publication30/08/2016
- SubjectEducation & Teaching
- Place of PublicationCamarthen
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintCrown House Publishing
- Weight862 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine36 mm
- Foreword byProfessor Robert Bjork,Dylan Wiliam
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