Teacher's resources can often be quite mechanistic descriptions of a field or of classroom processes and the like. All very useful. But sometimes it's good to draw back and cosider the big picture and ask the big questions. In the essays in Teaching in Pursuit of Wow!, Tim Murphey does this again and again. In terms of interaction, in terms of identity, how do we get students and teachers to plug in to the wow! of learning? For those in the classroom or for those with thoughts of being in the cl....
A NOTE ON PROCEEDS FROM SALE OF THIS WORK: The author has asked that any royalties earned from the sale of Teaching in Pursuit of Wow! be directed towards disaster relief efforts in the Tohoku region of Japan to help with aftereffects of the tsunami of March 11, 2011. The publisher in turn has agreed to donate all net proceeds from the sale of this work to this effort. The author's charities of choice are Second Harvest Japan and Care International.