Backed by relevant research and filled with an abundance of invaluable and practical examples, Teach Like Nobody's Watching makes a compelling case for teaching to become more effective, more efficient, more simple. The book cuts through the unnecessary, and frankly overcomplicated, nonsense that has impeded the progress of our wonderful profession in recent times and gets to the heart of everyday practice that reduces workload and creates a culture of excellence in your classroom.
Working with integrity is about doing the right thing even when no one is looking, and what Mark has successfully done in this book is outline how teachers can improve the efficacy of their practice by applying a straightforward and clutter-free approach to lesson design. However, unlike many books about teaching, this isn't a “tricks and tips” guide. It carefully, yet simply, describes where this efficient approach to teaching fits within the bigger picture of curriculum, assessment and school leadership, and sets out how teachers of all levels of experience can be rightfully trusted to teach with the knowledge and confidence that they are doing the right thing for their pupils.