Authors and their books are featured in inTuition

03 January 2019

‹Featured in this issue are:

David Didau - 'The vital role of memory in learning'.

'The book that changed my life' - 'The Lazy Teacher's Handbook' by Jim Smith.

"This looks, initially, like just another addition to the bookshelves of management development books but, delving deeper, there are a number of useful elements that educational leaders might find valuable." - 'The Learning Imperative' by Mark Burns and Andy Griffith.


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