Suggested Reading List for When You Have Some Free Time

Hello world!

In one of my previous posts (Keep Smiling) I mentioned that I was taking a Masters’ Course in International Education. I also mentioned that I spent most of this summer in Madrid, Spain taking the on-campus course. In one of the most outstanding courses (Innovative Practices) I had a great opportunity to learn from professionals. The class was filled with joy, positive energy and sense of professionalism. During our last session we were given a number of tips for our further professional development. This is one of the reasons I loved that course so much. I’m a life-long learner, I just can’t stay away from the opportunities to learn.

So, why am I writing all this? This post is dedicated to the books we were recommended to read. i felt the necessity to share it with the folks out there. Hopefully, it will be useful to somebody who is like me in search of interesting reads!

  1. A Whole New Mind/Drive/To Sell is Human by Daniel Pink.
  2. Mindset by Carol Dweck
  3. Good to Great by Jim Collins
  4. Powerful Learning by Ron Brandt
  5. Education and Ecstasy by George Leonard
  6. Fish by Steven Lundin
  7. Tribes/Linchpin by Seth Godin
  8. Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman
  9. Where Good Ideas Come From by Stephen Johnson
  10. Visible Learning for Teachers by John Hattie
  11. Focus by Mike Schmoker
  12. The Truth about Educational Leadership by Kouzes and Posner
  13. The Talent Code by Daniel Coyle
  14. How to Succeed with Thinking by Kath Murdoch
  15. Making Thinking Visible by Ron Ritchhart
  16. Creative Inc. by Ed Catmull
  17. The Reciprocity Advantage by bob Johansen
  18. The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg
  19. Start With Why by Simon Sinek
  20. How Children Succeed by Paul Tough
  21. Contagious by Jonah Berger
  22. Flow by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
  23. Creating Cultures of Thinking by Ron Ritchhart
  24. Turn the Ship Around by David Marquet and Steven Covey
  25. Endurance: Shackelton’s Incredible Voyage by Alfred Lansing

Stay tuned!

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