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Read "Teach Like a Pirate" with me this summer!

During our last broadcast of "About TIME & Beyond!", Mike brought up the idea of doing a summer book club and it was well received. So, we're going to get it going! This summer we're going to be reading "Teach Like a Pirate: Increase Student Engagement, Boost Your Creativity, and Transform Your Life as an Educator" from Dave Burgess. It's been getting rave reviews for a while now so, if you haven't read it yet now is your time! As you read it this summer, feel free to use #AboutTIME207 in your social media posts to keep the conversation going. We are definitely going to be talking about it during our first broadcast this fall and look forward to hearing your thoughts.

You can grab your copy from Amazon using either of the links below. They have it available in paperback or ebook format and, if you are a Kindle user, you can borrow it from the Kindle lending library or grab it from Kindle Unlimited if you are a subscriber.

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