Love Teaching and 15-Minute STEM Book 2 have been reviewed!

23 March 2021

Love Teaching, Keep Teaching:

Written specifically for classroom teachers and school leaders/administrators in both primary and secondary school settings, "Love Teaching, Keep Teaching" is as thoughtful and thought-provoking as it is insightful and inspiring. While especially and unreservedly recommended for school district, college, and university library Teacher Education collections, it should be noted for personal and professional reading lists that "Love Teaching, Keep Teaching" is also readily available in a digital book format (Kindle, $17.99). 

Discover the book here.

15-Minute STEM Book 2:

Unreservedly recommended as a DIY instructional guide and textbook for classroom curriculums, "15-Minute STEM Book 2: More quick, creative science, technology, engineering and mathematics activities for 5-11-year-olds" is a 'must' for school district Science, Math, and Technology Teaching Materials collections. 

Discover the book here.

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