Reading makes extraordinary things happen
Do you realise the gap that educators are being asked to fill? Using funding to support progress needs to be targeted effectively. This book challenges the fairness of the playing field.
If you support young people in education, this book will show you how to make a change in the classroom that will empower student to access learning.
Hot off the press this is my best new read. Written with equal clarity and innovation as the above book, Quigley shows us the development of learning to read and reading to learn. If you are not an educational reader, start here! These books are practical in their approach, logical in their outcome and inspirational in their content.
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I am proud to be a co author of this book
Being a badass can mean so many things. For some being kind, others resilience and for some, how we give. In any case it seems there is a need to own this part of yourself and learn acceptance of all the things that challenge us, give us those white-knuckle moments, and likewise being able to recognise our achievements without ego and without the fear that our own successes take away from the success of others.
This collection is comprised of champions of “badassary.” They know who they are, they know their purpose and they know how to channel this into all sorts of tools for others. Exploring resilience to kindness, balance and empowerment, be a part of these badass journeys and learn something for yourself along the way.
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