My Book Project

I am writing a book for Stenhouse Publishers. I’ve signed a contract and everything. Here is a two minute description of the project.

Much is still in flux as this project goes forward. Things like the title, the release date, the structure are all moving targets. However, I do know that this is the framework around which I’ll build the text and supporting resources.

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Wish me luck as I learn what makes a secondary math classroom truly special while simultaneously learning how to write a book.

Feel free to ask questions in the comments and I might be able to answer them! Stay tuned for future updates!

 

14 Responses to My Book Project

  1. robertkaplinsky says:

    This is so darn exciting, Geoff. I wish you luck and look forward to hearing about lessons you learn along the way.

    • Geoff says:

      Thanks Robert. As someone who I’ve always relied on to clarify my own thinking, I’m sure you’ll be hearing a lot from me.

  2. Carlie Stolz says:

    You’re all grown up!

  3. Dan Finkel says:

    Looks really interesting, Geoff. Can’t wait to read the book!

  4. @jstevens009 says:

    Geoff, I am truly happy for you. Learning /how/ to write a book was more painful than getting the words on the page. I look forward to picking up a copy!

    • Geoff says:

      Thanks John. It’s funny, I just added a placeholder for a section on WYR-style tasks last night. I’ve seen some good ones facilitated that I want to highlight.

  5. Carrie Stoltz Arroyo says:

    We should probably talk…I am working on a new project with Baylor School of Social Work and Waco ISD around social emotional learning. So excited for this book and how you are emphasizing that social emotional is part of, not secondary to, effective classrooms and learning possibilities.

  6. Anonymous says:

    My Hero!!

  7. Anonymous says:

    so excited for you Geoff..I have always loved Math..and would LOVE to read your book..good luck and God Bless You all the way!!

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