This week's question is: How can we incorporate reflection in the classroom?


Today's post shares commentaries on "grit" from Andrew Miller, Barry Saide, Sara Truebridge, Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, Trevor Bryan, and William Dikel. In addition, I include comments from readers.


Bryan Harris, Ben Spielberg, Mike Anderson, Gravity Goldberg and Barbara Blackburn discuss grit in the classroom.


Kristine Mraz, Christine Hertz, Ebony O. McGee, Ron Berger, Thomas Hoerr and Dave Stuart Jr. write about "grit" and what it means, and doesn't mean, for the classroom.


I interview Chris Lehmann and Zac Chase about their new book, "Building School 2.0: How To Create The Schools We Need."


This week's question is: Should we help our students develop grit and, if so, how?


John Spencer, Andrew Miller, Heather Staker, Jeffrey Benson, and Louis Cozolino discuss the definition, and practical impacts, of personalized learning.


Diana Laufenberg, Allison Zmuda, Pernille Ripp, Barbara Bray, Kathleen McClaskey and Steven Anderson share their thoughts on what personalized learning looks like in the classroom.


This week's question is: What does "personalized learning" mean, and how can it look in the classroom?


This post focuses on how alternative certification programs, charter schools, and parent and community-based initiatives are responding to the call to increase the racial/ethnic diversity of America's teachers.


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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