Welcome to our #BookOfTheWeek ‘Dirty Teaching’!

28 February 2018

Click here to discover and purchase a copy of our #BookOfTheWeek ˜Dirty Teaching™, our best seller at a conference attended last week!

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If you love ˜Dirty Teaching™ as much as we do, you may be interested in ˜Messy Maths™ another fabulous title by Juliet Robertson.

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