What are other people saying about 100 Things Awesome Teachers Do?
"I would heartily recommend this book to any teacher – whatever subject you teach, whether you are new to the profession, or if you are looking for new ideas and a chance to reflect on your existing practices."
-Craig Barton, AST from Thornleigh Salesian College, Bolton. He is also the creator of www.mrbartonmaths.com and TES Secondary Maths Adviser. He can be found on Twitter using @TESMaths.
"William Emeny's '100 Things Awesome Teachers Do' is a fantastic book, crammed full of wonderfully unique ideas to engage learners, improve learning and create that buzz about your classroom. The book is separated into 10 key topics, each with 10 innovative ideas. It is thoroughly enjoyable to read and can easily be dipped in and out of as required. As a trainee teacher on the GTP, I have found the ideas Emeny presents invaluable and his passion for teaching shines through in every idea. Every teacher wants to be an awesome teacher; how many of Emeny's 100 things are you currently doing?"
- Paul Collins, Mathematics Teacher.
New to teaching and want some good ideas? Been in teaching a while and looking for some fresh things to try?
100 Things Awesome Teachers Do is like a breaktime chat between teachers who share things they have found work for them. The book is split into 10 sections including, lesson planning, motivation and engagement, learning environment, learning styles, independent learning and more. Each section has 10 ideas for you to try out.
This isn't a book that focusses how to pull off a single outstanding lesson to please the requirements of a formal lesson observation, although it does help with that! This book is more about getting excellent learning going in your classroom everyday, day-in day-out. The book is full of tried-and-tested ideas that teachers have learned both from academic research and The University of Life and Experience.
Bursting with ideas about things awesome teachers do, this book should give both newbies and seasoned pros something new to try out!
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