Crown House authors and publications feature in Teach Secondary

12 October 2017

‹Articles featured within this issue of Teach Secondary are:


  • œYou don™t have to like every student you teach - but if you™re not really keen on any of them, you might want to reconsider your career options¦ by David Didau.

  • œAsk young people for their opinion, by all means - but whatever you do, never, ever lie to them about the real extent of their influence by Vic Goddard.

  • œThree ways to inspire excellent essay writing. Sure, templates and PEE paragraphs can offer structure - but genuinely brilliant pieces of work come from somewhere else entirely, says Kenny Pieper...





A book review of ˜When the adults change, everything changes™ by Paul Dix is also included within this issue - Click here for more information on this title and to purchase your very own copy!


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