Best of the Best series

21 June 2017

We are pleased to announce the third title in the Best of the Best series - Engagement.

The third title in this highly acclaimed series covers engagement and motivation, which are essential for effective learning - due out February 2018.

Contributors include: Dr Bill Rogers, Mick Waters, Paul Dix, Bill Lucas, Andy Griffith, Andy Cope, Mike Gershon, Richard Gerver, Sue Cowley, Ian Gilbert, Conrad Wolfram, Dr Debra Kidd, Phil Beadle, Vic Goddard and John Davitt.

For further details click here.

Other titles in the series:

Best of the Best; Progress #5 in Classroom Management books on Amazon.

Best of the Best: Feedback #4 in Classroom Management books Amazon.

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