Don’t You Love Book Recommendations?

One of the best parts of this collective learning is hearing from others about “good reads.” Frankly, there are just too many books about learning and schools these days, and I don’t have time time to check each one out.

So I rely on folks I trust to point me in the right directions. Sheryl Nussbaum Beach, for example, led me to Charlene Li’s book, Open Leadership. Today, Will Richardson shared John Seely Brown’s new book, A New Culture of Learning.

I, too, have been following John Seely Brown for some time, and this book is one I don’t want to miss.

1 thought on “Don’t You Love Book Recommendations?

  1. So Susan, here’s back to you. I will keep visiting excellent blog. You’ve obviously been at it longer than I, Would love to compare notes, send me an email sometime if you’d like to do that.


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