From the moment I picked up your book until I laid it down, I was convulsed with laughter. Some day I intend reading it. - Groucho Marx
Johnson offers a succinct, incisive look at fostering creativity in the classroom. He nimbly weaves the value of inspiring creativity with the necessity of teaching craftsmanship (content knowledge, skills, and practice). With well-researched reasoning, practical examples, and insightful questions, Johnson engages readers in thoughtful reflection about educational purpose and methodology. —Debbie Silver, Author of Deliberate Optimism: Reclaiming the Joy in Education
There isn’t a more relevant book out on what is happening and can be happening in school libraries today. - Teacher-Librarian, May 2013
Teacher-Librarian, May 2013
Reviews of first edition
The Classroom Teacher’s Technology Survival Guide, Jossey-Bass, 2012
School Libraries Head for the Edge: Rants, Raves and Reflections. Linworth, 2009. ISBN 978-1-58683-392-3
Machines Are the Easy Part; People are the Hard Part: Observations about making technology work in schools. Blue Skunk Press, 2004. ISBN 1-59298-070-8
Written by Doug Johnson, Illustrated by Brady Johnson
$12.00 in print or free electronic download from Lulu.
Learning Right from Wrong in the Digital Age: An Ethics Guide for Parents, Teachers, Librarians, and Others Who Care about Computer-Using Young People
Awarded a 2003 “outstanding achievement in parenting materials” from Parent’s Guide to Children’s Media Inc. <www.su.edu/parentsguide>.
The Indispensable Teachers Guide to Computer Skills: As Staff Development Guide, 2nd ed
Linworth Publishing, 2002 <www.linworth.com>