What If Everything You Knew About Education Was Wrong? - now available in paperback!

01 September 2016

David Didau˜s critically acclaimed title What If Everything You Knew About Education Was Wrong? is now available in paperback. If you aren™t familiar with it, here are a couple of reviews to give you an idea of its worth:

œThe title indicates that David Didau is ready to smash idols. Fortunately for us, he creates more than he destroys, deftly assembling findings from the learning sciences to build a path towards more effective classroom learning.
- Daniel Willingham, Professor of Psychology, University of Virginia

œThis is the kind of book you could read quickly, but probably shouldn™t. You could read it ten times and each time find something new. There is a canon of about a dozen books that I recommend to teachers “ most of which are cited in this one. My essential reading list has a new entry.
- Robert Coe, Professor of Education, Durham University

Click here to take a look inside the hardback book and here to order your paperback copy.

The hardback edition (ISBN 9781845909635) is also still available.

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