Education Inspiration: 10 Books To Read This Summer

As with most summers, I set a lofty reading goal of great professional books I bought this year and never finished (or started) during the school year. They range in topic from leadership to school transformation to practical how-tos. Some I have read. Some I have started. Others I cannot wait to devour. I suggest you try them all.

Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek (@simonsinek)

The Innovator's Mindset by George Couros (@gcouros)

Launch by John Spencer (@spencerideas) and AJ Juliani (@ajjuliani)

Empower by John Spencer and AJ Juliani

Social LEADia by Jennifer Casa-Todd (@jcasatodd)

Dive Into Inquiry by Trevor Mackenzie (@trev_mackenzie)

Classroom Management in the Digital Age by Heather Dowd (@heza) and Patrick Green (@pgreensoup)

Code in Every Class by Kevin Brookhouser (@brookhouser) and Ria Megnin (@riamegnin)

The 20time Project by Kevin Brookhouser

The Google Infused Classroom by Tanya Avrith (@TanyaAvrith) and Holly Clark (@HollyClarkEdu)

I would also suggest you extend your learning by following these authors on social media. I have included each author's Twitter handle so you can easily find them.

Happy Summer Reading, y'all!


  1. Kids love to listen stories, it is also a way to educate them with the morale values. By this way they learn to live in the society and grab some good values. Reading books enhances their reading ability and improve their grammar as well. They get to know about the new word and phrases. There are many story books but the above you provided are the interesting ones. Kindergarten kids love to listen the morale stories in interesting way. Thank you for sharing the information.


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