Books that changed my teaching? You might be surprised. Looking outside the education world helped me shape my classroom. We’ve all read Alfie Kahn, Dr. Wong, and Frank McCourt. Education blogs, articles, journals, research – read those too. Educational readings shape our teaching styles and classrooms. They’ve definitely bettered my lessons. Recently, I’ve focused on reading outside the educational genre. My husband works in business, and years ago, I borrowed his copy of Who Moved My Cheese. I related to the concept of the changing world and overcoming stagnation to my classroom – and saw benefits. I try to learn something from every book, and I’m continuously reading. Still, Grit by Angela Lee Duckworth and The Power of Habit by Charles Dugigg overwhelmingly changed my teaching style and philosophy. Both books provide multiple insights, but I’m giving a quick takeaway from both,..