Welcome to our #BookOfTheWeek, the recently published 'Teaching Creative Thinking'

22 November 2017

Click here for more information and the chance to purchase a copy of our #BookOfTheWeek - 'Teaching Creative Thinking' by Bill Lucas and Ellen Spencer.

Click here for a sneak peak inside the book.

Click here to listen to the UKEdChat Podcast - Episode 13 - Teaching Creative Thinking.

Click here to discover more about author, Bill Lucas and click here to find out a bit more about author, Ellen Spencer. 

Click here to read the recent review of 'Teaching Creative Thinking' on TES.

Click here to read the lovely 5* review of 'Teaching Creative Thinking' on Amazon and the chance to purchase the kindle edition.

You can also head on over to our Twitter and Facebook platforms for more information on our #BookOfTheWeek!


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