On this National Day of Handwriting, I’m thrilled to announce a new book review series I am calling Wisdom-Bound. I want to share the wisdom bound between the covers of books I am reading with other teachers, parents, brain researchers, and education professionals, each of us on our own life-long journey bound for wisdom. Of course, wisdom should not remain bound; it would be useless if not shared, so the reviews are meant to be lived out, applied, used to better the lives of those we touch in our own corners of community.
Here is a peek into the wisdom bound in a book or article that educators would benefit from but might not have the time to read. Hopefully, the shallow dive into the ideas will give help you decide what to read and where to find it. The summaries and personal thoughts presented are only a light touch on the surface of concepts that deserve time and contemplation from wisdom-bound individuals. The takeaways are my takeaways. My gleanings may include the author’s main intent, or I may highlight hidden or implied ideas that I mined from the pages. Should you read the book or article I reference, your takeaways will certainly relate more directly to your experiences and understandings.
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