Our Book Of The Week this week is 'Teaching Backwards' by Andy Griffith & Mark Burns

08 November 2017

‹Click here for more information or to purchase a copy of 'Outstanding Teaching: Teaching Backwards' by Andy Griffith and Mark Burns.

'Teaching Backwards' was our best seller at the Osiris Educational conference yesterday! 

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