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September 15, 2020

Videos Teachers Can Learn From ...

Four educators share videos and movies that have helped them become better teachers, including "Remember The Titans" and "Winnie The Pooh."

September 14, 2020

The Importance of Challenging Teachers' Microaggressions

Three educators discuss the importance of responding to racist microaggressions committed by colleagues and how best to do it, including by expressing public and private dismay to the offender and submitting a complaint to a supervisor.

September 09, 2020

Responding to a Colleague Who Makes a Racist Comment

Four educators suggest strategies for responding to racist comments from colleagues, including mirroring the person's words and explaining that intent "does not lessen the blow."

September 01, 2020

Educators Must Challenge Racist Language & Actions

Five educators offer recommendations about confronting colleagues who engage in racist language and actions, such as highlighting the differences between "impact" and "intent" and referencing school institutional values.

July 07, 2020

'Teachers & Aides Need to Work as a Team'

Three educators share advice on working with instructional aides/paraprofessionals, including having a "team" mindset and demonstrating empathy.

July 06, 2020

A 'Communication, Action, Reflection' Cycle Makes a Teacher-Paraprofessional Relationship Work

Three educators share ideas on how to make a teacher-paraprofessional relationship work, including through constant communication, planning, and reflection.

July 05, 2020

Tips for Working With Classroom Aides

Four educators share tips on how teachers and paraprofessionals can work effectively together, including by maintaining regular daily communication and providing professional-development opportunities.

April 21, 2020

Six Ways Educators Can Support LGBTQ Students During COVID-19

During the best of times, LGBTQ students often have a tough time navigating safely through the negative actions thrown their way. Two educators explain how teachers can help these students remotely.

April 18, 2020

Writing a Book Is a 'Teacher's Version of Climbing Mount Everest'

Six teacher-authors discuss what they learned over the past year and a half as they wrote books that are set to be published in the coming weeks.

April 08, 2020

Editors Offer Suggestions to Teachers Who Want to Write a Book

Two editors explain what it takes for teachers to get published in the education realm, such as doing homework about the education book field and the publishers, knowing the audience, and focusing the topic.

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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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