Upcoming Review: The Call to Brilliance

10 Mar

I just received The Call to Brilliance from Fredric Press. Big thanks to the publisher for sending me a copy of the book. Keep watch here because I am starting to read it and will be writing an in-depth review.

The Call to Brilliance shows concerned parents and educators how to turn children’s challenges into strengths and their gifts into passions. It devastates the concepts of learning disabilities. It dissolves the artificial barriers of grade level. It unveils the pretense of standardized testing and reveals how our children really learn. but above all, it shows us how all children can succeed to brilliance.”

I am excited. The ideas stated above (taken from the back cover of the book) are exactly what I have been saying about education for years. So stay tuned…

Get The Call to Brilliance from Amazon.com

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  1. Book Reviews - March 10, 2008

    […] katknit wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptI just received The Call to Brilliance from Fredric Press. Big thanks to the publisher for sending me a copy of the book. Keep watch here because I am starting to read it and will be writing an in-depth review. “The Call to Brilliance shows concerned parents and educators how to turn children’s challenges into strengths and their gifts into passions. It devastates the concepts of learning disabilities. It dissolves the artificial barriers of grade level. It unveils the pretense of standardized testing and reveals how our children really learn. but above all, it shows us how all children can succeed to brilliance.” I am excited. The ideas stated above (taken from the back cover of the book) are exactly what I have been saying about education for years. So stay tuned… Get The Call to Brilliance from Amazon.com […]

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