Welcome to our #BookOfTheWeek 'Neuroscience for Teachers'!

21 February 2018

Click here for more information and to purchase your very own copy of our #BookOfTheWeek and best seller at the Chartered College of Teaching's annual conference last weekend - 'Neuroscience for Teachers' by Richard Churches, Eleanor Dommett and Ian Devonshire.

"An easily digestible book that explores the principles and exploration of how teaching practice can have a positive improvement" - click here to read the review of 'Neuroscience for Teachers' on UKEdChat.

Why not take a sneak peak inside our #BookOfTheWeek here

Browse through the fantastic reviews of 'Neuroscience for Teachers' on Amazon here. And if you own a kindle then you can also purchase the kindle edition now here.

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