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Collection Of Tweets From First Week's Chat On Classroom Management

Today marks the end of the first week of a two-week Twitter "chat" (using the hashtag #classmgmtQA ) on my new Education Week-published book, Classroom Management Q&As: Expert Strategies for Teaching.

The second week discussion will begin Sunday night.

It's been a very active five days, with my tweeting out quotations from the book, along with questions, and receiving many reactions. 

I've used Storify to "curate" a collection of them below, and will be doing the same at the end of next week's discussion.

I hope you can participate!

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