Inquiry and Innovation in the Classroom is Here!
First, I want to say how thankful I am to so many of you that have helped me with my book, asked me about it’s release date, and are excited to read it. I know that if you read my blog you care about how our students learn and how we can innovate in our classrooms.
My book is now available on Amazon and also on the Routledge website!
If you’d like to buy the book and get 20% off the list price – please go to this URL: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415743167/
Then enter discount code “IRK95” to get 20% off!
There are also much larger discounts available for anyone who would like to buy in bulk for their school, class, or otherwise. If you are interested in buying a larger quantity, please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll help you get the best possible deal. I’ll also be doing live Skype or Google Hangout sessions with any school or class that buys in bulk.
I’ve already had one Principal who bought this book for his high school staff’s summer reading!
If you’re interested in learning more about the book you can also visit the website for more information. Here are some of the reviews so far:
“If you want to prepare kids for the realities of life in an intensely competitive economy, then you must look beyond the classroom. This book suggests exciting and doable ways to bring the ideas of the best creative minds from around the world into your class.”
–Daniel H. Pink, author of To Sell Is Human and Drive
“AJ Juliani has written the definitive how-to manual on genius hour, 20% time, and project based learning. As a teacher, it makes me happy to see so many practical classroom examples and ideas I can use tomorrow with my students. If you want to be an engaging 21st century educator, this book is for you.”
–Vicki Davis, author of Reinventing Writing and creator of the Cool Cat Teacher Blog
“Inquiry is the engine that drives innovation,” writes AJ Juliani, a Technology Staff Developer, consultant, and former teacher who lives out this truth and delves into it in Inquiry and Innovation in the Classroom. AJ’s expertise in fostering students’ curiosity and passion will guide educators in creating progressive inquiry-based learning environments and preparing students for the future. AJ’s book is essential reading for anyone with a desire to change education–and the world–for the better!”
–Angela Maiers, consultant on 21st century teaching and coauthor of The Passion-Driven Classroom
“A.J. has written something that gives great ideas and will push your learning long after.”
–From the foreword by George Couros, education thought leader and Division Principal of Innovative Teaching and Learning with Parkland School Division in Alberta, Canada
I can’t wait to hear what your thoughts are on the book after you’ve read it!
Let me know if you have any questions in the comments!