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26th June 2015 at 01:00

What If Everything You Knew About Education Was Wrong? by David Didau (Crown House Publishing) ISBN 9781845909635

Didau scours current thinking on education to expose bad ideas masquerading as common sense, arguing that much of what we believe is unexamined.

Shaping Our Global Future: a guide for young people by Derek Brown (Argyll Publishing) ISBN 9781908931771

This book offers a global perspective on some of the big challenges of our time, illustrating what humans can achieve when they collaborate, while encouraging young people to explore further.

Hour-long Shakespeare: Henry IV (Part 1), Henry V and Richard III

by Matthew Jenkinson (John Catt Educational) ISBN 9781909717381

These one-hour performance scripts, abridged for students and teachers of drama and English, maintain the Bard's plot arcs and the integrity of the original language.

For book queries, email chloe.darracott-cankovic@tesglobal.com

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