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August 12, 2019

Response: 'School Library Programs Should Be the Heart of School'

Rita Platt, Penny Sweeney, and Ann Neary provide their thoughts on collaboration ideas for teachers and school librarians.

August 11, 2019

Response: 'Just as School Libraries Have Changed, So Have School Librarians'

Teresa Diaz, Bud Hunt, Marci K. Harvey, Jennifer Orr, and Jen Schwanke offer their suggestions about how teachers and librarians can work best together.

August 07, 2019

Response: Teach Students That 'Failure Is a Step Toward Success'

Bryan Goodwin, Dr. Laura Greenstein, Margaret Searle, and Jon Saphier wrap up a three-part series on resilience in the classroom.

August 05, 2019

Response: Supporting Students' Capacity to 'Bounce Back'

Debbie Silver, Gary Armida, Tamara Fyke, Douglas Reeves, and Michael D. Toth offer their thoughts on how educators can help their students develop resilience.

August 04, 2019

Response: Ways to Promote Resilience in the Classroom

Adeyemi Stembridge, Becky Corr, Julie Hasson, Cindy Terebush, Dr. Cynthia "Mama J" Johnson, and Kelly Wickham Hurst share their suggestions on how to promote resilience in students.

July 29, 2019

Response: Show Me the Money! Ways Teachers Can Raise Funds for Their Classrooms

Suggestions on how teachers can raise private monies to support their classroom are offered by Alfonso Gonzalez, Holly Spinelli, Susan Lafond, Amanda Koonlaba, and Barbara Gottschalk.

July 21, 2019

Response: 'Students Need to DO History, Not Just Listen to It'

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.

July 14, 2019

Response: Don't 'Steal the Aha' From Science Instruction

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

July 10, 2019

Response: Reading Logs Should Be Tools for 'Students to Spy on Themselves'

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."

July 09, 2019

Response: 'Where Reading Logs Fail'

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."

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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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