The new question-of-the-week is: What are your suggestions for people applying for their first teaching job?
February 2019 Archives
This final post in a series on school discipline and Back girls includes recommendations from Venus E. Evans-Winters, Zakiyah Ansari, Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz. The entire series has been guest-edited by Dr. Terri N. Watson.
Part two of this series will feature practices schools and districts have and / or should implement to improve the schooling experiences of Black girls. Gholdy Muhammad, Shannon R. Waite, Marquitta T. Speller and Valerie Kinloch share their commentaries.
Dr. Terri N. Watson begins guest-editing a three part series on the discipline disparities affecting Black girls. Dr. Watson and Yolanda Tomlin contribute their thoughts in this first post.
The new question-of-the-week is: How should schools and districts respond to discipline disparities affecting Black girls? Today's introduction is written by Dr. Terri N. Watson, who is also guest-editing the series.
Sonia Nieto and Alicia López agreed to answer a few questions about their new book, "Teaching, A Life's Work: A Mother-Daughter Dialogue."
Today's commentaries on bullying in schools come from Ann Mausbach, Kim Morrison, Signe Whitson, Sandy Harris, Julie Combs, and Stacey Edmonson, Dr. Elizabeth Englander, Tamara Fyke, Stuart Ablon and Alisha Pollastri.
Martha Caldwell, Oman Frame, Terry Roller, Dr. Kris Felicello, John Seborowski, Jessica Hannigan, John Hannigan and Kelly Wickham Hurst share their suggestions for combating bullying.
The new question of the week is: How can teachers and administrators best address bullying in school?
Debbie Silver, Amanda Koonlaba, Katie Biggs, Jennifer Lasater, Tina H. Boogren, Diane Mora contribute their remembrances of classroom management mistakes.
Theresa Staley, Judy Reinhartz, Lindsey Palmieri, and Louise Goldberg share their experiences with making classroom management mistakes.
Anne Jenks, Peg Grafwallner, Kevin Parr, Rita Platt, Sarah Thomas, Thomas Kerman, and Paula Kondratko share their biggest classroom management mistakes and what they should have done, instead.
New videos, along with many other resources, on differentiated instruction!
The new question-of-the-week is: What is the biggest classroom management mistake you ever made and what did you learn from it?
Nancy Frey, Douglas Fisher and Dominique Smith agreed to answer a few questions about their new book, "All Learning Is Social and Emotional: Helping Students Develop Essential Skills for the Classroom and Beyond."
Amber Chandler, Heather Stinson, Serena Pariser, Christine Hertz, Kristi Mraz, Ron Nash, Bradley Witzel, and Leila Ansari Ricci share their recommendations for classroom seating.
Jennifer Orr, Madeline Whitaker Good, Rich Czyz, Tan Huynh and Mark J. Westpfahl contribute their ideas on classroom seating arrangements.