On Friday, June 10th, I’ll be giving a first talk about our new book in Geneva!

We have been checking the final proofs of our forthcoming book. Some people are reading it at the moment. High time to book some talks in the near future. The first one will be at the Edufest at Le Rosey in Geneva:

Erik Erikson once said that crisis means growth. If this is the case, psychology as a science has been growing a lot in the past decade. The replication crisis has had devastating effects. Insights that looked certain are gone, while others have received even stronger evidence. In his talk, Pedro De Bruyckere will discuss the findings from the forthcoming book The Psychology of Great Teaching in which he and his co-authors give a roundup of (almost) everything teachers and school leaders need to know about the current scientific knowledge in psychology. There will be a mention of one very famous Swiss scientist, but will he be a survivor or not…

The next stop will be ResearchED Deutschland on June, 18th. In autumn I’m planning an American book tour!

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