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A beginner’s guide to Doctor Michael Fullan

A beginner’s guide to Doctor Michael Fullan
Best known for: Photo credit: Michael Fullan Fullan is a prolific, award-winning author whose books have been published in many languages. Many of his books have been recognised as books of the year. As well as writing, Fullan is also a global advocate of leadership in education. Through his work with NPDL he encourages a transformative approach to...
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A beginner’s guide to Professor Andy Hargreaves

A beginner’s guide to Professor Andy Hargreaves
Best known for: In January 2015, Hargreaves was ranked the number six scholar with the most influence on US policy. He consults with organisations and governments all over the world and has authored or edited over 30 books, several of which have gained awards. He currently serves as adviser in education to the Premier of Ontario. He is also foundin...
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A beginner’s guide to Doug Lemov

A beginner’s guide to Doug Lemov
Best known for: Lemov has become something of a household name in teaching circles following the success of his 2010 book Teach Like a Champion . Based on best practices from experienced teachers, the book provides practical knowledge and proven techniques to help teachers teach better. Now in its second edition, Lemov's guide to '62 techniques tha...
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A beginner’s guide to Professor Sugata Mitra

A beginner’s guide to Professor Sugata Mitra
Best known for: In 1999 Mitra carried out a series of Hole in the Wall (HIW) experiments about children's learning. The first experiment involved children being given free access to a computer embedded in a wall between his office and a Delhi slum. The experiment aimed to prove that children could easily learn from computers without any formal trai...
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A beginner’s guide to Professor Daniel Willingham

A beginner’s guide to Professor Daniel Willingham
Best known for: Willingham's work has worldwide appeal: his writings on education have been translated into fourteen different languages. Applying his expertise in cognitive psychology to the education field, Willingham's books include Raising Kids Who Read Why Don't Students Like School? and When Can You Trust the Experts? Quick facts: Born: 1961 ...
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