#OzEduBookChat: Making Every Lesson Count

Before we start our first #OzEduBookChat, I wanted to give a little background.  This idea had been swirling around in my brain for some time.  I like to read an education based book each school holidays.  I have the time and greater brain space to devote to it.  If anything piques my interest I have time to plan how I might implement it in my classroom. I also think by talking. I’m not good at letting ideas float around in my brain – there’s not much room up there. I need to write or speak about them to fully integrate ideas or form articulate higher order concepts.

I put it out there on Twitter and Karen Graham (@CSPS) Alice Leung (@aliceleung) and Rebecca Hepworth (@bechep2) encouraged my delusion idea and #OzEduBookChat. So our first holiday book chat is Making Every Lesson Count: Six Principles to Support Great Teaching and Learning by Shaun Allison and Andy Tharby.

Disclosure: none of us have any association with the authors or the publishers and chose and paid for our copy of the book because we want to read it.

The questions are as follows:

Here is the Storify link for the chat.



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