Teaching: It doesn’t have to be complicated

Teaching it Real

My new book, Teach Like Nobody’s Watching, is due to be sent off to the printers any day now and should soon be winging its way out to teachers around the country. Sometimes people ask why some of us bother to write books about education; you make very little money from it and there isn’t much acclaim. So why bother?

For me this book was a labour of love and I wrote it because I believe I have an important secret to share. Teaching doesn’t have to be complicated. It doesn’t have to take over your life. You should be able to do it in a way that doesn’t leave you shattered at the end of the day and you shouldn’t have to work up until the end of the day. You should be able to teach in a way that is effective but that is also efficient and…

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  1. I wish you well on your book launch. I frequently enjoy reading your posts here, and am sure the book will be equally enjoyable and worthwhile.

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