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April 04, 2012

How Can We Keep Students Engaged Without Carrots & Sticks?

Becky Searls asks: Given that a vast body of research shows that extrinsic rewards can be damaging to students' intrinsic drive to learn for learning's sake, what are some practical strategies you use to replace the use of rewards, including praise, in your classroom? How do you keep students engag...

February 29, 2012

What Is Rigor?

Donna Browne asks: "What is rigor?" You sure see that word around a lot these days in education circles, so it's definitely a timely question. Please share your responses in the comments, or, if you prefer, feel free to email them to me. Anyone whose question is selected for this weekly column c...

December 20, 2011

Response: Classroom Management Advice From Readers of Ed Week Teacher

(Part Four Of A Four-Part Series) Brittany Peppers asked: I am excited to follow this blog and learn many things about it as I graduate from college and begin my teaching career. My question to you is "In your opinion, what is one thing to remember about classroom management if you don't remember ...

December 13, 2011

Response: Classroom Management Suggestions -- Part Three

(Part Three Of A Four-Part Series) Brittany Peppers asked: I am excited to follow this blog and learn many things about it as I graduate from college and begin my teaching career. My question to you is "In your opinion, what is one thing to remember about classroom management if you don't remember...

December 08, 2011

Response: Classroom Management Suggestions From My Colleagues

(Part Two Of A Three-Part Series) Brittany Peppers asked: I am excited to follow this blog and learn many things about it as I graduate from college and begin my teaching career. My question to you is "In your opinion, what is one thing to remember about classroom management if you don't remember ...

December 06, 2011

Response: Several Classroom Management Suggestions -- Part One

Brittany Peppers asked: I am excited to follow this blog and learn many things about it as I graduate from college and begin my teaching career. My question to you is "In your opinion, what is one thing to remember about classroom management if you don't remember anything else you are taught about ...

December 01, 2011

What Is The Most Important Thing to Remember About Classroom Management?

Brittany Peppers asks: I am excited to follow this blog and learn many things about it as I graduate from college and begin my teaching career. My question to you is "In your opinion, what is one thing to remember about classroom management if you don't remember anything else you are taught about i...

October 27, 2011

Response: Part Two -- Can Teachers Be Friends With Students?

(NOTE: This is the second of a three-part series) Brad Patterson asked: Can we be friends with our students? Where do we create barriers? How about social-media wise? I'm interested to hear about your experience, lessons learned, regrets, what you would offer as advice for new teachers. Rick W...

October 25, 2011

Response: Can Teachers Be Friends With Students? -- Part One

Brad Patterson asked: Can we be friends with our students? Where do we create barriers? How about social-media wise? I'm interested to hear about your experience, lessons learned, regrets, what you would offer as advice for new teachers. It's an important question with two key components. One ...

October 18, 2011

Response: Several Ways To Respond To "Unpredictable" Student Behavior

Eric Skoog asked: How can you minimize unpredictable behaviors that negatively affect your classroom? I'm sure we all have experienced "unpredictable" (what a diplomatic way of phrasing it, Eric!) student behaviors in our classes. The key question is how we can respond to them in positive ways th...

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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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