Blended are the educational guide, blended learning and online learning book which shares different techniques to improve the learning process in schools. Michael B. Horn and Heather Staker are the authors of this fantastic book. Blended learning is a kind of learning process which involves e-learning and social media learning. Our school systems follow the old traditional methods of learning that must need to change now. Today, we are living in the modern world and technology is changing day by day. Our kids need to get rid of loads of bags and heavy syllabus.
The education must be optimized and to the point instead of diverse for the kids. Set them free to choose their own field and then teach them according to their interests. This is a practical guide which shows the reader how to implement a blended learning system in your classrooms. This book follows the step by step framework that is necessary to build effective learning environments for students. How to avoid the risks and unlock the benefits of implementing a blended learning system.
Creative Schools is the education administration, education reforms, education policy and education workout book which tells a revolutionary way to educate our next generation. Ken Robinson and Lou Aronica are the authors of this superb book. Ken is the bestselling author in the New York Times. He is one of the most influential voices in education who get the attention of the authorities. Lou Aronica is a bestselling author and he also writes four magnificent novels. Education plays an important role in the development of children, society, country and the whole world.
The world is progressing with every coming day but we are not updating our subjects. Technology is changing day by day but still, we teach the students about the experiments that scientist performs two centuries ago. The schooling system is not working great although students are getting higher marks. Today kids and their teachers focus on the grades. Teachers and parents did not know either child are getting the ideas or not. This pattern of teaching did produce Newton, Curie and other great names. We should change our patterns of teaching kids and give the awareness that marks are not that important but concepts are important. A comprehensive book for all the parents and teachers.
The “Managing Sustainable Business: An Executive Education Case and Textbook, 1st Edition” is a helpful book for all business field people. Gilbert G. Lenssen is the author of this instructive book. Gilbert G. Lenssen is President Emeritus of the European Academy of Business in Society. He was Professor of International Management at the College of Europe, visiting fellow at Templeton College. Managing Sustainable Business is a wonderful book that offers 32 texts and case studies from numerous business sectors for Sustainable Business.
The case studies of this book are developed and tested in leading business schools. It is very helpful for the newbie and professional businesses who want to get more profitable. A sustainable business is highly responsive to the demands and challenges of both markets and societies. Each chapter of this book is well written and easy to read with excellent examples throughout. Gilbert also reveals some business ethics that are necessary for all business people. All in all, Managing Sustainable Business is a must-read book for all business people.
The “Should Robots Replace Teachers?: AI and the Future of Education (Digital Futures)” is a great book that analyzes the role of technology in education. This book engages all the readers from start to end of page and worth to read. Neil Selwyn is the author of this book. Neil is a professor of Education at Monash University, Melbourne. In this book, Neil Selwyn describes how robots are changing the nature of education and also another life method. Robots can play an important role in the education of young people.
Robots have changed the lives of people, they can work without error and more efficiently perform tasks at a consistent level of accuracy. They save time and perform difficult tasks where people feel hesitant. Most educators remain convinced of the need for human teachers. The author pushes conversation about AI and education into the realm of values, judgements and politics. To sum it up, Should Robots Replace Teachers? It is a necessary book for anyone who is interested in the future of education.
“The Knowledge Gap: The hidden cause of America’s broken education system—and how to fix it” is a great book that tells about the lack of America education system and how to fix it. The author of this best-selling book is Natalie Wexler. Natalie is a DC-based education journalist focusing on literacy. She is also a contributor on education to Forbes.com and the author of three other novels. In “The Knowledge Gap”, Natalie describes the majority of US elementary schools use language arts curriculum that attempts to teach vague skills like finding the main idea, finding supporting evidence or drawing a conclusion from texts.
The author also summarizes the substantial evidence showing that reading comprehension depends on a person’s background knowledge on the subject. Students from privileged backgrounds will pick up some background knowledge at home, topics related to history, geography, science. In addition, if we want to fix our education system and unlock the potential of our neediest children, this is a must-read book for all of us.
The “How Children Succeed in 30 Minutes: The Expert Guide to Paul Tough’s Critically Acclaimed Book (the 30 Minute Expert Series)” is a helpful guide to understand the key ideas in a fraction of the time. This book guides the parents on how to treat with your children and examines certain character traits leads to successful children. This wonderful book summarizes Paul Tough’s research in a quick easy-to-read guide. Each chapter filled with numerous examples from his book and a section demonstrating how to apply the concepts.
There is also a recommended reading section with short summaries of several additional sources and bibliography if the reader wants to learn more about the importance of character in childhood development. I highly recommended this book for those, who regularly work with children, like teachers, parents. How Children Succeed in 30 Minutes based on research, of showing the role of a character to succeed. All in all, How Children Succeed in 30 Minutes is a necessary book for anyone working with children.