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  • 63 Techniques that Put Students on the Path to College
  • By: Doug Lemov
  • Narrated by: Michael Butler Murray
  • Length: 25 hrs and 25 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Summary

Teach Like a Champion 3.0 is the long-awaited update to Doug Lemov's highly regarded guide to the craft of teaching. This book teaches you how to create a positive and productive classroom that encourages student engagement, trust, respect, accountability, and excellence. In this edition, you'll find new and updated teaching techniques, the latest evidence from cognitive science and culturally responsive teaching practices, and an expanded companion video collection. Learn how to build students' background knowledge, move learning into long-term memory, and connect your teaching with the curriculum content for tangible improvement in learning outcomes.

The new version of the book includes:

  • A chapter on mental models for teachers to use to guide their decision-making in the classroom
  • A brand new chapter on Lesson Preparation
  • Updated and revised versions of all the technique listeners know and use
  • Extensive discussion of research in social and cognitive science to support and guide the use of techniques.

Listen to this powerful update to discover the techniques that leading teachers are using to put students on the path to success.

©2021 Doug Lemov (P)2022 Tantor

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Excellent, a must have for all teachers!

Excellent, weather your training to be s teacher or have been teaching for years this is a must have for any teacher! For those of you who have a child that is struggling with their teacher... forget the ens of year chocolates and candle, buy them this for xmas!

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  • Erin Sheldon
  • 10-09-22

Fantastic book

This book is an excellent collection of effective teaching strategies. I deeply appreciate how each strategy is named, clearly described, and discussed. Each edition has been better than the last, and I particularly liked the new introductory material at the beginning. I’ve heard Dylon William say that teacher observation has limited value. But Doug Lemov has shown that the habits and practices of effective teachers can be observed and shared. And I love how the book dispenses advice by sharing the stories of other teachers, rather than of the author. It makes the book so powerful.

A few things I would improve:
- the text in many tips feel repetitive. Peps McCrea is frequently cited in this book, and he sets a new standard for concise in his own writing! The book would be more effective if it was tightly edited for conciseness. Oliver Caviglioli is also cited and he is another fantastic example of the power of concise explanations.
- Doug Lemov should narrate the book himself.
He is so deeply authentic and emotive when he speaks publicly. This narrator was fine, but he completely lacked Doug’s thoughtful sincerity. I found the narrator jarring only because he sounded trendy and even sardonic, the opposite of Doug. I would listen to this book again and again just to hear Doug’s gentle confidence and encouragement.
- I only heard the information about how to watch the videos at the end. It would have been good to hear this upfront, but maybe I missed it. There are a LOT of references to videos and it detracts from the audiobook that the listener doesn’t seem to have a way to access them.

All that said, I think this book is one of the most important texts for improving and truly professionalizing teaching. I was taught that teaching is more art than science. Doug has proved that wrong. He exposes why some practices seem like a good idea but aren’t, and provides thoughtful explanations for why others are deeply important. Everyone concerned with education should read this. My wish would be for Doug to write a version specific for special education so that special educators could clearly see their own best practices put under the same microscope. All of this content applies to every classroom, and I think these tips would revolutionize special education in a way that is desperately needed. But teachers in many special classrooms will discredit these tips if they aren’t made explicitly applicable to students with a range of special education needs, particularly developmental disabilities. Maybe Doug could partner with someone to make those explicit links?!?