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October 13, 2019

'Invite Students to Write Real Arguments'

Rita Platt, Alexis Wiggins, Dr. Jenny Grant Rankin, Kristen Koppers, and Mara Lee Grayson share their ideas on how and why students can write for an audience other than the teacher.

October 09, 2019

'Design Writing Tasks That Bridge the Gap Between Classroom & Outside World'

Martha Sevetson Rush, Donna L. Shrum, Heather Wolpert-Gawron, Michael Fisher, Tamara Letter, and Keisha Rembert contribute their thoughts on authentic audiences for student writers.

October 07, 2019

Ways Students Can Write for 'Authentic Audiences'

Jayne Marlink, Cheryl Mizerny, Erin Starkey, Nicole Brown, Dawn Mitchell, and John Larmer share their suggestions on how to encourage students to write for "authentic audiences."

October 06, 2019

'When Students Send Their Work Out Into the World, It Changes Everything'

Katherine Schulten, Kelly Love, Tatiana Esteban, Kimiko Shibata, Alycia Owen, and Jennifer Orr offer suggestions on how students can write for an "authentic audience."

September 18, 2019

'I Don't See Color in Education Means I Don't See You Unless You Act Like Me'

A six-part series on why educators must "see color" is wrapped by Justin A. Coles, Dr. Chezare A. Warren, and Christopher Emdin. This series has been guest-edited by Shannon R. Waite, Ed.D.

September 17, 2019

When People Say They Don't See Race, 'I Ask Them If They Don't See Me'

Dr. Marcelle Mentor, Jane Bolgatz, and Dr. Akane Zusho discuss the costs of not addressing colorblindness in education. This post is Part Five in a series guest-edited by Shannon R. Waite, Ed.D.

September 15, 2019

'We All Have Implicit Biases'

Jia Lee, Melissa Payne, and Brady Smith write about the myth of "not seeing race." This post is Part Four in a series guest-edited by Shannon R. Waite, Ed.D.

September 13, 2019

There Isn't a 'Switch' That Blocks Out Race in the Classroom

Public school student Jehan Pitt and Professor Kaliris Salas-Ramirez, Ph.D., discuss how teachers can deal with the issue of race in the classroom. This is Part Three in a series guest-edited by Shannon R. Waite, Ed.D.

September 11, 2019

If We 'Don't See Race,' We Don't See 'Students' Magic'

Kris DeFilippis and Dr. Gholnecsar (Gholdy) Muhammad question teachers who say they "don't see race," in this series guest-edited by Shannon R. Waite, Ed.D.

September 07, 2019

The 'Colorblindness' of Schools Has 'Failed Children of Color'

Judd Rothstein and Terri N. Watson, Ph.D., challenge the notion of teacher "colorblindness" in this series guest-edited by Shannon R. Waite, Ed.D.

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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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