"'This is a remarkable and delightful book, presented in a style reminiscent of a cross between Woody Allen and Ludwig Wittgenstein. Eric Sotto has not so much written as crafted it from a blend of his own experience and a wide knowledge of relevant psychological theory.' R A Becher, Professor of Education, University of Sussex, 1994 '...You have been able to clarify for me, in readable and understandable language, many of the intuitive feelings I have had about teaching all these years but have been unable to articulate.... Your book has also helped me to make sense out of all the conflicting cognitive theories used by psychologists, sociologists and philosophers.... The personalised and anecdotal illustrations of the different points you wished to make were so useful to help understanding' Letter to author from reader in Austria, 1994 'I am finding your book an inspiration... it has set me on a journey of reflection and reinterpretation of my own experiences of teaching and learning.' Letter from lecturer in Social Sciences, The Open University, 1995"
About the Author
Eric Sotto has many years of teaching experience in schools and colleges both in the UK and overseas. He is a member of the British Psychological Society and a Chartered Psychologist.