What If Everything You Knew About Education Was Wrong? written by David Didau is a book that makes you ask serious questions about your own pedagogical views. It is, therefore, essential reading for teachers and administrators everywhere.
David Didau cleverly disassembles every certainty you have ever held about education, teaching, and learning, allowing you to take a fresh, more informed view of the institution and of your mission as an educator.
The ideas here should represent a new starting place for talking about and thinking about education in the 21st century. Make our summary course a key part of your ongoing professional development.
What If Everything You Knew About Education Was Wrong?
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Part 1 - Why we are wrong
Part 2 - Through the threshold
Part 3 - What could we do differently?
Part 4 - What could we do differently? (Continued)
Part 5 - What else might we be getting wrong?
33 minutes - 6 videos
Guided Learning Hours
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- Length of the videos
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- Time taken to read the additional resources
- Time taken to put items into practice
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