We’re beginning to post our summer round of education book reviews written by folks who have a clear idea of what’s going to be helpful and what’s not — teachers themselves.
Beginning with Teaching Grammar: What Really Works, and including other new titles like Fires in the Mind, Inviting Students to Learn, Why School?, Brain-based Teaching in the Digital Age, and even the TFA teacher training toolkit Teaching as Leadership, you’ll find a high pile of reviews at our companion site TLN Teacher Voices. And check out the author interviews for more ideas and insights.
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