Big mistakes are made in social studies instruction. What can teachers do to avoid them? Annie Brown, Amy Okimoto, Amy Fast, Lynette Yorgason, Mike Kaechele and Dr. Rebecca Testa-Ryan weigh in.


The next question-of-the-week will look at the biggest mistakes social studies teachers make and what they can do instead.


All Classroom Q&A posts offering advice on Teaching Social Studies (from the past eight years!) are described and linked to in this compilation post.


All Classroom Q&A posts offering advice on student motivation and social-emotional-learning (from the past eight years!) are described and linked to in this compilation post.


Sonja Cherry-Paul and Dana Johansen explain how teachers--and students--can get the most out of their book clubs, including helping students fall in love with reading.


Linda Tolladay, Patrick L. Brown, James P. Concannon, Ross Cooper, and John Almarode share their "nominations" for the biggest mistakes made by science teachers.


All Classroom Q&A posts offering advice on implementing the common core (from the past eight years!) are described and linked to in this compilation post.


The new question-of-the-week is: What are the biggest mistakes made in science instruction and what should teachers do instead?


Jennifer Serravallo, Stephanie Affinito, and Amanda Koonlaba wrap up this four-part series by suggesting that students be treated as real readers rather than being assigned "reading logs."


Tan Huynh, Rich Czyz, Christine Tennyson, Mara Lee Grayson, and Diane Mora write about what they prefer to use to encourage student reading rather than "reading logs."


The opinions expressed in Classroom Q&A With Larry Ferlazzo are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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