Jim and Jillian Dellit established this website to bring together their various endeavours, to engage with and contribute to the educational community and educational delivery. Jillian is continuing this work both in her own right, and to keep faith with Jim's life, 1947-2014, and their productive partnership 1970-2014.

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Conversations with Baby Boomer Teachers: the Book

Posted by Jillian in Uncategorized
October 6

It is a while since I posted. This is because I have been in the process of turning the 49 Conversations posts into a book as requested by a few readers. It has been a bit of a business, and I confess to having done a fair bit of avoiding.

However the book is now available on Blurb as a print-on-demand paperback, a free ebook, or a pdf file. You can also read the whole paperback online as a Preview.

When the page opens from the links above, if you choose the flag of your country from the drop down menu in the top right hand corner of the page, you will see prices displayed in your own currency.

When the page opens from the links above, if you choose the flag of your country from the drop down menu in the top right hand corner of the page, you will see prices displayed in your own currency. Please note that GST and postage will be added at checkout. There is no royalty added to the book, so all the price is that charged by Blurb for printing and postage. Printing is, as far as I can tell, done in the country of order and delivered from there to local customers.

I hope that those readers who asked for a print book version enjoy reading it and that all readers feel free to download an ebook.

I’m not sure where, if anywhere, I will take this blog from here. The book is the culmination of the last 6 years of profiles of Baby Boomer Teachers – still a story that I think is worth telling.

Thank you to all of those who took part, in the conversations and in reading the blog posts. Thanks too, to Pat Manser, who proof-read the book for me. If, by any quirk, you have trouble with the links, simply search by the title on blurb.com

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