Dan Owen
  • The book is in a format that facilitates easy access for the busy professional
  • It is written in the mode of an academic journal, with "articles' by various authors, though is eminently more accessible having done away with the usual frivolities of academic language
  • Though the book offers much practical advice and classroom based strategies, it is grounded in academic theory- a fact borne out by the references at the end of each chapter
  • The text offers information from different spheres. This is particularly interesting as the profession often only gets one sort of information or information from a narrow source.
  • The text offers a good overview of some of the most exciting educational questions of the 21st century such as the role of emotional intelligence in good learning and teaching.
Guest | 25/04/2007 01:00
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