The Lazy Teacher – revised and reloaded. Advanced copies now available!

21 February 2017

Copies of the much anticipated new edition of Jim Smith˜s The Lazy Teacher's Handbook are now in stock with advanced copies now available!

Click here to take a look inside the book before ordering your very own copy here!

It™s more than six years since the bestselling Lazy Teacher™s Handbook was first published and Jim Smith™s Lazy Teaching philosophy has developed significantly in that time. This new revised and expanded edition details Jim™s latest thinking on how to be the best lazy, but outstanding, teacher you can be. Every chapter has been revised and some significantly expanded, particularly those on planning, conducting and reviewing lazy lessons. Others have been updated with Jim™s latest tried-and-tested techniques, which all shift the emphasis away from the teaching and onto the learning.


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