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The Seven Laws of Teaching by John Milton Gregory
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Apr 16, 12

bookshelves: non-fiction, education
Read from April 13 to 15, 2012

The Seven Laws of Teaching wonderfully summarizes timeless basic principles of teaching and learning. There is a great deal of wisdom and food for thought in this slim volume and I’d commend it to any teacher. At first, the laws seemed simple, but Gregory takes the observable, fundamental elements of the classroom and expounds them in ways that made me consider how I had used those elements in recent experiences teaching and writing curriculum. Like Gregory expresses in the sixth law, I was reproducing, verifying and applying the knowledge of his laws naturally and effectively. The Seven Laws of Teaching is a practical reminder of the structure that goes into planning and executing lessons and would be fruitful for any educator to read.
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