Yesterday I discovered this one-page summary of our book by Oliver Cavigliol and it looks great (note to myself, be careful with the Coca Cola…). This is a new updated version, including my 2 co-authors Paul & Casper. Some people noticed that the link to the Daniel Willingham-video doesn’t work, check here.
If you like what you read, you can order the book here both in paper and as e-book, but you can buy also at
- Amazon (US), Amazon (UK),…
- Bol.com (Netherlands & Belgium)
- Barnes & Noble
13 thoughts on “Our book “Urban myths about learning and education” summarized on one page”
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Spelling mistake: Mulitple -> Multiple
Thx, but as the page wasn’t made by me, I can’t alter it. Luckily it’s correct in the book. :).
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het lukt me niet de foto van de one page summary te vergroten…
Zou nu in orde moeten zijn!
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