Want a professional development book to improve a whole school, or just make your own teaching and leadership better?
I’m thrilled to announce a text that complies the most useful research on learning and educational leadership:
The Best of the Marshall Memo Book!
Some background: Kim Marshall is my father (proud daughter over here!), and you may know him from The Marshall Memo: a weekly email summary of the most impactful educational articles and research that he’s published for over a decade and a half.
He created the book, The Best of the Marshall Memo (affiliate link) to compile the very BEST and most useful ideas from educational publications. Here is a summary I drew (yes, I love to draw) of how his curation process works:
Kim Marshall and Jenn David-Lang:
For this book, my father teamed up with famed education writer, Jenn David-Lang of The Main Idea (which summarizes education books) to add actionable professional development exercises and prompts to each article summary.
This means that The Best of the Marshall Memo can be used by teacher teams or schools to really dive into specific topics which match your own educational goals.
For Instructional Coaches, Leaders, and Educators…
This book will be an excellent addition to all levels of practice for people in education who want to improve teaching and learning. Spread the word, and feel free to use these affiliate links to check out or buy the book (available in paperback, hardcover, Kindle, and Nook)!
Enjoy, and feel free to ask questions or leave comments if you’ve read the book or the Marshall Memo, or used it for professional learning!
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