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3 Must-Read Books for Teachers

With so many good choices out there, I wanted to narrow my list of must-read books for teachers down to just three. These three books share inspiration and insight on what we must do to move from an outdated, obsolete model of education to a model that is relevant to today’s learners while preparing them for their futures. The three authors are people who I look up to greatly and try to learn as much as I can from at every opportunity.
by Tony Wagner, Ted Dintersmith
This book needs to be read by everyone with an interest in education.   Drop the book you are currently reading and read this one now. Most Likely to Succeedmakes abundantly clear how truly outdated our current model of education is, and offers a vision to transform our schools into places that prepare students for their futures.
Experiences, rather than short-term memorization, help students develop the skills and motivation that transforms lives.
Everyone Has Time for Audio Books
I listened to both Creative Schools and Most Likely to Succeed to distract me from the tortuous task of jogging. Both books were so inspiring that I went back to buy the print versions too. Unfortunately The Innovator’s Mindset isn’t currently available in audio format, but the other two are. You can even download them for free. If you aren’t an Audible member, click the link below and download two books free just for trying Audible.Try Audible and Get Two Free Audiobooks
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