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Guerrilla Teaching: Revolutionary tactics for teachers on the ground, in real classrooms, working with real children, trying to make a real difference
Lear, Jonathan
Crown House: ITP / Softcover / 2015-11-01 / 1781352321
School-Oriented
price: $32.95 (may be subject to change)
216 pages
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Guerrilla Teaching is a revolution. Not a flag-waving, drum-beating revolution, but an underground revolution, a classroom revolution. It's not about changing policy or influencing government; it's about doing what you know to be right, regardless of what you're told. It's sound advice for people on the ground: people in real classrooms, working with real children, trying to make a real difference. Guerrilla Teaching by Jonathan Lear is packed with ideas to refresh teaching practice — combining direct teaching with creative child-led learning — and forge cross-curricular links to create engaging, motivating and fun learning experiences. Ultimately, Guerrilla Teaching is about making a difference. It's a book Jonathan Lear never meant to write, but it was just too important not to.

Guerrilla: to be a member of an unofficial group of combatants using the element of surprise to harass a larger less mobile target.Guerrilla teaching: To put children, and their learning, at the heart of lessons. To embrace problem-solving and risk-taking in the classroom.

Described as having a breath—taking understanding of how to engage children, Jonathan Lear is an award-winning teacher and education consultant. He has worked for many years on a compelling mix of inspirational teaching strategies, and has shared his passion for learning as an AST, deputy head, and associate of Independent Thinking Limited.

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