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December 21, 2013

Response: Education Innovation Is Like A 'Stradivarius Violin'

(This is the final post in a three-part series on this topic.  You can see Part One here and Part Two here) Shawn Blankenship asked: What are strategies to close the gap between new ideas and implementation?  The question may need to be adjusted a little, but many educators are reading, sharing, l...

December 17, 2013

Response: 'Educators Are Suffering From Innovation Fatigue'

(This is Part Two of a multi-post series on this topic.  You can see Part One here) Shawn Blankenship asked: What are strategies to close the gap between new ideas and implementation?  The question may need to be adjusted a little, but many educators are reading, sharing, learning, and growing tog...

December 15, 2013

Response: Teachers Must Help Determine New Ideas Being Implemented

(This is Part One of a multi-post series on this topic) Shawn Blankenship asked: What are strategies to close the gap between new ideas and implementation?  The question may need to be adjusted a little, but many educators are reading, sharing, learning, and growing together.  However, what are wa...

November 29, 2013

'We Can Do Better' : An Interview With Jim Burke

I will be responding to the most recent "question-of-the-week" (What Are The Unique Challenges Facing Male Teachers?) in a few days. Today, I'm publishing a special post -- an interview with educator and author Jim Burke. Jim has written more than 20 books and is the founder of the English Companion...

October 13, 2013

'Teacherpreneurs Can Lead Reforms': An Interview With Barnett Berry

This is a special edition of "Classroom Q & A" highlighting an interview I recently did with Barnett Berry about his new book.  Look for responses to this week's "question-of-the-week" (about Project-Based Learning) in a few days. I've been working with the Center For Teaching Quality, led by ...

September 01, 2013

"There Are No Shortcuts": An Interview With Rafe Esquith

An interview I've done with one of the most well-known teachers in the world, Rafe Esquith, is kicking-off a new season of this blog. Rafe Esquith has taught at Hobart Elementary School in Los Angeles for more than twenty-five years. He is the only teacher to have been awarded the president's Nat...

August 25, 2013

Q & A Collections: Parent Engagement In Schools

I'll begin posting new questions and answers in late August, and during the summer will be sharing thematic posts bringing together responses on similar topics from the past two years. You can see those collections from the first year here. Today's theme is on parent engagement in schools. Previ...

August 02, 2013

Q & A Collections: Education Policy Issues

I'll begin posting new questions and answers in late August, and during the summer will be sharing thematic posts bringing together responses on similar topics from the past two years. You can see those collections from the first year here. Today's theme is on education policy issues. Previous th...

April 28, 2013

Response: Embracing & Celebrating Diverse Families

Cheryl Suliteanu asked: What are teachers doing to build communication, understanding, and empathy between teachers and families whose lives are dramatically different? Lifestyles, religion, poverty, and political views are just some of the differences we face daily - some teachers openly criticize...

April 24, 2013

How Can Teachers Connect To Diverse Families?

Cheryl Suliteanu asks: What are teachers doing to build communication, understanding, and empathy between teachers and families whose lives are dramatically different? Lifestyles, religion, poverty, and political views are just some of the differences we face daily - some teachers openly criticize ...

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