5 New Books From Dave Burgess Consulting, Inc.!

The start of 2016 has been INSANE! We’ve released 5 new books plus put out an update of another (50 Things You Can Do With Google Classroom).

AND…this includes our first math-centered book (The Classroom Chef) plus the 4th “Like a PIRATE” book, Play Like a Pirate!!!

Add in a Twitter book (140 Twitter Tips for Educators) from the founders of #satchat, a book to help you overcome changes and challenges (How Much Water Do We Have), and Your School Rocks and that makes five!


This video gives you the scoop straight from the captain recording from inside the pirate cave.

Thanks for checking it out!!


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12 thoughts on “5 New Books From Dave Burgess Consulting, Inc.!

  1. Just ordered what I didn’t already have. Can’t wait to start reading. Thanks for sharing.

    • Thank you, Nancy!! We really appreciate the support…can’t wait to hear what you think!

  2. I read Play like a Pirate over Spring Break- highly recommend! It’s light-hearted but full of great ideas for how to pirate-up your classroom (and a fun trip down our childhood memory lanes),

  3. I am about to start substituting, and my kids have me freaked out because they tell me stories of how the kids harshly abuse substitute teachers. Any advice to break the ice?

    • Hi Wendy, Subbing is one of the toughest jobs in the world! I have a ton of respect for those who do it well. I subbed for a semester after getting my credential half-way through the year and it was definitely…an opportunity for growth! Ha! I used magic and humor to break the ice but I know that isn’t for everyone. I do feel that confidence is a big part of it…even if faked! Not to be offensive, but just like dogs can sense fear, I think kids can sense pretty quickly if they are in the hands of someone who has it together or someone they can run over. It sounds like a great topic for a blog post or video, actually!! Thanks for commenting…and good luck!! (By the way, I always came with an “emergency bag” of stuff to do and use that would be very high interest. I can’t tell you how many times that saved me either from the lack of a lesson being left behind or those situations where the students finish everything and you look up at the clock and panic at how much time is left.)

  4. Hi Dave,
    I was just wondering what grade levels, “The Classroom Chef” covers? I teach 4th grade, and would love some tips in helping this age student.
    Thank you,
    Ann Kelly

    • Hi! The ideas can be applied across all grade levels…it is more about powerful lesson design in math (or any subject) than anything. If you take the leap and find it isn’t useful, just let me know ( dave@daveburgess.com ) and we’ll hook you up and make it right. 🙂

  5. I just read “Your School Rocks”. Our school has a great culture and is great at making learning visible, however, I got many ideas to make it better! I really appreciated the examples Ryan & Eric gave!
    I think I’ll order “The Classroom Chef” next!
    Thanks 🙂

    • Thanks, Kristina! Glad you enjoyed Your School Rocks! You’ll love The Classroom Chef, too!

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