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What Do I Do Monday?

    Holt . . . makes literally a thousand suggestions for opening windows to blow air from the outside world into the classroom, making it new and making it human.
    —The Washington Post

When teachers listened to Holt's talks, or wrote him letters as hundreds did, invariably they would say something like: "I understand what you're saying, but what can I do about this in my own classroom? What do I do on Monday?"

This book is a rich harvest of possibilities. It is an encouraging book, a book that says "there are so many things we can do. Some will seem easy, some will seem harder;...

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    Holt . . . makes literally a thousand suggestions for opening windows to blow air from the outside world into the classroom, making it new and making it human.
    —The Washington Post

When teachers listened to Holt's talks, or wrote him letters as hundreds did, invariably they would say something like: "I understand what you're saying, but what can I do about this in my own classroom? What do I do on Monday?"

This book is a rich harvest of possibilities. It is an encouraging book, a book that says "there are so many things we can do. Some will seem easy, some will seem harder; do what feels possible to you, and then try something else."