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'Kamala has written an absolutely marvelous book. Using relevant research of the highest quality from brain sciences to psychology she illuminates some of the most important issues in education which every teacher and parent faces and all policy makers should be trying to understand. And as if that were not enough to demand everyone interested in education to read this book she has made it a fun read!'



-- Anurag Behar CEO Azim Premji Foundation and founding Vice-Chancellor Azim Premji University.



The follow-up book to the much-recommended What Did You Ask At School Today? A Handbook of Child Learning (Book 1) which sold over 10000 copies!

This book deals with topics in development and learning that are of interest to teachers and parents and indeed anyone interested in children and how they grow and learn.

Since the publication of the first book What Did You Ask at School Today: A Handbook of Child Learning Book 1 there has been an increasing interest in and awareness of psychological issues revolving around learning and children. Along the way we in India have also absorbed some mistaken ideas or oversimplified notions such as about learning styles or critical windows in development.

What Did You Ask at School Today: A Handbook of Child Learning Book 2 explores these topics further and also tackles others that are particularly timely such as how to teach for understanding and digital tech in the classroom.

Addressing both educators and parents this book attempts to clarify concepts that are complex and messy in the real world of learning and childhood.
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  • ISBN: 9789353029760
  • Author: V. Mukunda Kamala
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 376
  • Format: Paperback
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'Kamala has written an absolutely marvelous book. Using relevant research of the highest quality from brain sciences to psychology she illuminates some of the most important issues in education which every teacher and parent faces and all policy makers should be trying to understand. And as if that were not enough to demand everyone interested in education to read this book she has made it a fun read!'



-- Anurag Behar CEO Azim Premji Foundation and founding Vice-Chancellor Azim Premji University.



The follow-up book to the much-recommended What Did You Ask At School Today? A Handbook of Child Learning (Book 1) which sold over 10000 copies!

This book deals with topics in development and learning that are of interest to teachers and parents and indeed anyone interested in children and how they grow and learn.

Since the publication of the first book What Did You Ask at School Today: A Handbook of Child Learning Book 1 there has been an increasing interest in and awareness of psychological issues revolving around learning and children. Along the way we in India have also absorbed some mistaken ideas or oversimplified notions such as about learning styles or critical windows in development.

What Did You Ask at School Today: A Handbook of Child Learning Book 2 explores these topics further and also tackles others that are particularly timely such as how to teach for understanding and digital tech in the classroom.

Addressing both educators and parents this book attempts to clarify concepts that are complex and messy in the real world of learning and childhood.

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