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John Pearson was born just outside of Washington, DC, but moved to Texas as quickly as he could. Growing up with a passion for science, math, and calculator watches, he obtained engineering degrees and basketball (watching) accolades from Duke University and Texas A&M. His first job out of college was designing small solid-state heat pumps, where his cubicle simply was not big enough to contain him. When the engineering market went sour, he decided to try his hand as a teacher, and he has been a 3rd grade math teacher ever since. When he's not teaching, he's reading, blogging, or making YouTube videos like "Darth Vader Explains the Pythagorean Theorem." Learn Me Good was born of the baptism-by-fire nature of Pearson's first year as a teacher, and Learn Me Gooder was the natural sequel.
This book was amazing. It was funny, real, and kept my attention so well that I read the book in one sitting. My 5th grader read it on spring break and we laughed and laughed. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Denise Russo
Continuation from Learn Me Good. The Author is an Engineer turned 3rd grade Teacher and takes the reader along via emails to his old Engineer Friend to all the challenges of being... Read morePublished 6 months ago by LRoyal
I just loved reading about his day to day adventures in the classroom. I sure hope he writes another, except what would the title be?!?Published 6 months ago by Teressa L. Riddle
I really enjoyed this sequel to LEARN ME GOOD. As a fellow math teacher I knew exactly what he was talking about.Published 7 months ago by Elaine Rolfsen
Another remarkable book that all teachers should read it it continues to be hilarious, amusing and creative way to a year in the classroom.Published 8 months ago by Rachel Mccaffrey
This book was just as funny as Mr. Pearson's first one "Learn Me Good". Anyone in the teaching profession will truly enjoy this bookPublished 9 months ago by bluiiz
Wonderful book! Recommended it to teacher friends who also enjoyed it.Published 9 months ago by Erica
This book is so funny and perfectly explains today's classroom environment, I laughed out loud knowing these kids are in every school and teachers everywhere are experiencing the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gavin Finefield