Michelle Liga writes...
Mr. Freedman uses his extensive experience to write a clear and concise booklet on the different ways he has observed teachers instructing their students straight into boredom purgatory. But, he also explains how the lesson could have been changed to make it more interesting.
This booklet is a little dated (2006), and is written for the UK. But I believe that every teacher can find something relevant in this material. I can say after reading this booklet that I have found out on a few occasions I have indeed bored my own students. Pick up a copy today.
Technology Integration Specialist - Preston County Schools
At the moment, I’ve suspended sales of this book because of the changes in tax law in the EU -- See Ebook sales end today. I’llannounce the resumption of sales on this website and in Digital Education (see below) as soon as possible.
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