General teaching books

1. Outstanding Teaching: Engaging Learners (Outstanding Teaching (Crown House Publishing)) by Andy Griffith, Mark Burns

This book attempts to redress the balance between who takes responsibility for pupils learning. All too often it is the poor teacher who has to take the blame for poor performance of pupils.

Outstanding teaching gives the hard pressed, overworked teacher many ideas for engaging and transferring responsibility back to pupils. As one reviewer said on Amazon 'Picked up the book this morning and I have already too many ideas I would like to 
use on Monday morning'

2. The Perfect (Ofsted) Lesson - revised and updated by Jackie Beere

A guide on how to survive the terrors of Ofsted and produce really good lessons. A must read.


3. Outstanding Lessons Pocketbook by Caroline Bently-Davis

A short but really effective guide to becoming 'outstanding' which will benefit your pupils, impress observers and give you even greater job satisfaction. 

4. 100 Things Awesome Teachers Do by William Emeny

If you only pick up one tip it is well worth the price. I am confident that you'll even more than one thing that will put you on the raod to outstanding.