Two educators I greatly respect have written reviews of Good Habits, Good Students and have kindly allowed me to post them here.
Caroline Ellwood was one of the founders of the International Baccalaureate’s Middle Years Programme. She has been a middle school teacher and principal, taught IB Theory of Knowledge, and has been a leading proponent of Islamic Studies in international schools. She is currently editor of International Schools and the International Schools Journal, the two flagship publications of the Council of International Schools.
Konrad Glogowski is well known and widely respected for his blog of proximal development, in which he chronicles his work as a middle-school teacher in Canada. If you teach secondary school, have a look: Konrad is sure to challenge and inspire you.
I am grateful to Caroline and Konrad for taking the time to read Good Habits, and very pleased that they have positive things to say about it.