BookWorm: 4 stars
5 Ways to (Re)Invigorate Your Teaching
I expected more from this book and while it did not disappoint, I think the ideas are there with all of our teachers. These are practical, pragmatic and implementable guidelines. Here are the 5 basic themes that this books is build on:
Networking – be part of it
Listen to inner voice
In today’s age of fast paced school life filled with lesson planning, assessment, grading and stuff, the book offer a way out for the teachers. While this would help you grow your library, it could very well be a complimentary reading book for school circle meets.
I think this is an important book because though, as one reviewer said, its contents may be “common sense,” it is a reminder that it is necessary to take inventory and to articulate what we value. Rami shares her philosophy and its development warmly, inviting her readers to rediscover the power of collaboration. She reminds us that are practioners working on craft and we need to be aware of what we need and where to find it. She reminds us to be real in our classrooms and model vulnerability and gratitude as we learn with our colleagues and our students. [Lisa Moore – A Book to Sharpen Your Saw]