Engaging learners through awe, wonder and more than just a little bit of ‘wow’!
A wise man once said that ‘attempting to teach without inspiring the pupil with a desire to learn is hammering cold iron’.
If that is the case consider this book as your own little portable furnace.
Written by an educationalist whose PhD focuses on the allimportant but often overlooked role of wonder in learning, this unique book is a consummate cornucopia of the awe-inspiring, the jaw-dropping, the very weird and the most wonderful.
All designed to help tap into children’s natural curiosity and inspire
them to great learning.
The Little Book of Awe and Wonder is a delightful tome that will fire up even the most reluctant learners and is suitable for all ages.
An indubitable phantasmagoria that will delight the head, hand and heart. Like good all learning should.
Dr Matthew McFall, Agent of Wonder at Nottingham University’s Samworth Academy and Associate of Independent Thinking, has gained acclaim for his work in education that includes the use of Wonder Rooms, Mazes, Labyrinths and Puzzles.
Author: McFall Pub 2013 UK Hbk 256 pages