Professionalism & Serendipity for Teachers: Powerful Cognitive Learning

Professionalism & Serendipity for Teachers:

Powerful Cognitive Learning

Serendipity is defined as, ” A fortunate discovery made by luck.” Many scientific discoveries were made serendipitously: antibiotics, X-Rays, gravity, etc. The list could stretch on for days. Yet the nagging question is this one: Was it really all due to serendipity?

Just plain luck? Or was there something else at work, something that had been done prior to the incident of serendipity?

As a teacher, the limited time and resources we have available demand that we make professional development an intentional act, that is, if we are to derive maximum benefits from our efforts, and ultimately, for our students. This book offers plain, tried and tested, simple yet powerful, cognitive approach to maximise the students’ and teachers’ learning, anywhere, anytime, by anybody

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Thomas Baker is the Past-President of TESOL Chile (2010-2011). He enjoys writing about a wide variety of topics. The source and inspiration for his writing comes from his family.
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