In education, there is a lot of emphasis on what needs to change and why.
That’s why Aaron Tait and Dave Faulkner, the Australian founders of Education Changemakers, a social venture that offers training to prepare innovative education leaders, have written a new book that gives teachers the how. It walks through the four stages of innovation—dreaming, digging, making and sharing—and teaches how to unleash ground-shaking change from the classroom up.
This is a book not just for challenging schools, but for all educators who are passionate about providing a great education for every student, every day. Edupreneur provides a clear framework for truly bringing on the change and will help teachers in all schools to:
• Identify ways to improve day-to-day practice
• Overcome the challenges that hamper progress
• Create new solutions that sidestep old roadblocks
• Collaborate with similarly forward-thinking educators
Edupreneur is just one of many books that Wiley, the global learning company, offers education professionals. To see what other titles are available, check out this blog post.
If you’re attending EduTECH 2016, don’t miss your chance to see Aaron and Dave present live! They’ll be sharing concepts from the new book on 31 May at 11:20am as part of Stream B: Learning in the digital classroom.
Afterwards, be sure to check out the latest digital solutions from Jacaranda at booth 180!