The Educator's PLN

The personal learning network for educators

I teach a lot of business people, so I often suggest that they read books like, "The Tipping Point" or "Made to Stick." I think biz books are good for all learners because they usually have one or two main ideas that get rehashed throughout the book.

I've been asking this question to my PLN on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn, and I will compile my results on my blog. I will also include your name next to the book that you recommend. :)

What books do you recommend?

Views: 33

Replies to This Discussion

I highly recommend "Going Dutch in Beijing" by Mark McCrum.

It's a wonderful journey through the do's and do not's of intercultural competence. Firstly, you can read in in short sections, and secondly it's an excellent springboard for discussions in the lessons.
Thanks for a great recommendation, Olaf!



Thomas Whitby created this Ning Network.

Latest Activity

Erline Sherman posted a status
"Enhance your math skills by playing these awesome games>> Written by TutorEye>> #Math #MathGames #TutorEye"
12 hours ago
David Chiles posted a status
"Friends, networkers, developing my own online courses. Feel free to any online resources for lesson plans. Thanks"
May 16
Hos-Na Salehi and David Chiles are now friends
May 4
David Chiles posted a status
"Issues with online learning exist. AI test taking is creepy to students. Read more"
May 4
Hos-Na Salehi is now friends with and Erline Sherman
May 2
Erline Sherman updated their profile
Apr 30
Profile IconLizzy Cole, Emily Collins and Alaina LaManna joined The Educator's PLN
Apr 30
Profile IconErline Sherman, stacy doyon, Faraz Hussain and 30 more joined The Educator's PLN
Apr 28

© 2020   Created by Thomas Whitby.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service