Oozes professionalism and rigour and it does so with a confidence that will encourage teachers to think again about their classroom practice. --Mick Waters, Professor of Education, President of the Curriculum Foundation
If you imbibe the essential principles he outlines in the book, you'll find yourself with a great toolkit of pupil-proof teaching techniques which will make you enjoy your teaching more and help you get better results. I learnt a lot from the book and would whole-heartedly recommend it to other colleagues. --Francis Gilbert -- author 'I'm A Teacher, Get Me Out Of Here' and 'Working The System -- How To Get The Best State Education For Your Child'
Written in an engaging and down-to-earth style, The Lazy Teacher's Handbook is packed full of 'things to try' in lessons, but is also underpinned by a view of teaching and learning that is humane and hopeful. --John Morgan (Reader in Education, Institute of Education London and University of Bristol)
About the Author
Jim Smith is Assistant Headteacher at Clevedon School focusing on learning and CPD, is a BSF adviser and an Independent Thinking Associate.