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MY BOOK IS OUT!
The Learning Game: Teaching Kids to Think for Themselves, Embrace Challenge, and Love Learning
The day is finally here!!!!! I am thrilled to announce that my first book is available for pre-order.
It will be published by Harriman House on September 5, 2023, but you can pre-order your copy today! THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!
What is the book about?
After years of teaching, I made the hard decision to leave the school system. There had to be a better way to prepare younger generations for the game of life…
How can we transform the game of school into the game of learning?
How do we make learning sustainable through childhood and into adulthood?
How can we go back to the root of what makes kids excited to learn?
How can we arm kids with the tools they need to succeed in the game of learning—and the game of life?
The Learning Game is my attempt to answer these questions. It’s a collection of my work, lessons, and findings since I quit teaching. It’s about how to challenge things we’ve all taken for granted, from the roots of our education system to the modern school curriculum.
My hope is that this book will arm you with practical tools to design a new approach to learning—one that leaves behind the game of school and prepares your kids for the game of life.
How can you help?
If you want to support me in this endeavor, here’s how you can help:
Share the news on social media: If you want to help me spread the word, you can share the book with family and friends. Tweet it here.
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Thank you from the bottom of my heart for tagging along my journey and for giving my work a slice of your attention. This book has only been possible because of you.
Have a wonderful weekend,
Ana Lorena Fabrega