@fncll This is probably going too deep/obscure but Jacques Ranciere's Ignorant Schoolmaster is at the top of my list of education books: files.libcom.org/files/jacques

@Matt_Noyes Thanks…that is actually new to me, which is exciting! Nothing is too obscure. High on my list is Hyde’s _The Gift_, though that’s obscure in possibly a different way :) It’s hard to remember what it was like when open teaching and learning was a new idea to me, and also hard to find things that aren’t hyper focused on very specific elements!

@fncll @Matt_Noyes Teaching as a Subversive Activity, which I read during my teacher training, blew my mind and (in part) made me the person I am today goodreads.com/book/show/79681.

@fncll I loathe self-promotion but I was always pretty proud of this piece and think it's the thing I wrote that got the most traction on the topic scottleslie.ca/edtechpost/word

@sleslie This is just the kind of self-promotion we need. And I remember this piece now! You’re right to be proud.

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