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New Amazon Best-selling Book Helps Educators Bring the Creative Environment of Saturday Night Live into Their Classrooms

Saturday Night Live Alumnus and Award-Winning Teacher Offers Discounted Book Giveaway on New Bestseller Via the Amazon Kindle

Toronto, Ontario, Canada – WEBWIRE
Award-winning educator and best-selling author, Jamie Mason Cohen
Award-winning educator and best-selling author, Jamie Mason Cohen

“Everyone can tell you to inject some humour into your teaching to engage students, but few can help you understand how to do it! Jamie Mason Cohen has written the go to handbook on exactly how and why you need to get them laughing when they are learning.” -Mark Bowden, best-selling author, TED speaker, presentation trainer for The Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA , University of Toronto

As educators seek strategies to transform their teaching in the New Year, a new book from award-winning educator Jamie Mason Cohen is offering an innovative formula for creating a space where students are inspired to learn. With the launch of a new three-day discounted book giveaway kicking off on Sunday, January 24th, Cohen is giving teachers the tools to help students feel more connected to their peers, and driven to succeed in his new bestseller, “Live from Your Class: Everything I Learned about Teaching, I Learned from Working at Saturday Night Live.”
Cohen’s book distills lessons learned from a decade-long international teaching career and years on the set of Saturday Night Live to provide an easy-to-follow roadmap to transforming classroom culture with humour. His book helps educators to change mindset in the classroom, build quick rapport, practice mindfulness in education and create personal learning experiences even in large groups and classes.
“I felt like a Baptist reading this book, as I caught myself saying ’Amen’ multiple times,” said Dr. Danny Brassell, “America’s Leading Reading Ambassador,” acclaimed speaker and top-selling author. “Not only does he provide a wealth of strategies that any teacher could benefit from, he also shows the vital role humour plays in building relationships with students. This book is essential for educators dedicated to creating meaningful learning connections for students.” 
Cohen is co-director of student activities and a high school English teacher at TanenbaumCHAT, an independent school in Maple, Ontario. He is the recipient of “The SOLE Challenge,” an international teaching award sponsored by TED Youth Conference and The Huffington Post and is a TEDx speaker. Cohen’s work as an educator has been profiled in Professionally Speaking, a leading teachers’ magazine, and other publications, and he has designed and implemented teacher training workshops, seminars and webinars for schools worldwide.  

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