September 2018 Archives

Bonnie Houck, Ed.D., Christine Tennyson, Jules Csillag, and Kelly Wickham Hurst share their thoughts on using reading strategies in the classroom.

Colleen Cruz, Ross Cooper, Lindsey Moses, and Elaine Miles discuss the role of reading strategies in literacy instruction.

The new question-of-the-week is: What are the roles of reading strategies in literacy instruction?

Jennifer Serravallo agreed to answer a few questions about her new book, "Understanding Texts & Readers."

A three-part series approaching race and racism in schools is wrapped-up by Dr. Larry J. Walker, Dr. Jaime Castellano, Dr. Mara Lee Grayson, Ashley S. Boyd, Jennifer Orr, and Kelly Wickham Hurst.

Dr. Tehia Glass, Dr. Erin Miller, Eddie Moore, Jr, Ali Michael, Marguerite Penick-Parks, Dr. Chezare A. Warren, Brian L. Wright, Ph.D., and Leah Wilson share their thoughts on the biggest mistakes made when approaching race and racism in the classroom.

Marian Dingle, Sydney Chaffee, Raquel Rios, Rinard Pugh and Dr. Kimberly N. Parker talk about mistakes that are often made when trying to tackle race and racism in the classroom, and explore what we teachers can do, instead.

The new question of the week is: What are the biggest mistakes teachers make when approaching race and racism issues in the classroom and what should they do instead?

Check out our new animated video: "Differentiating Instruction: It's Not as Hard as You Think"

Shanna Peeples agreed to answer a few questions about her new book, "Think Like Socrates: Using Questions to Invite Wonder & Empathy Into The Classroom."

This post contains links--categorized and with descriptions--to all the posts appearing here for the past seven years!

Matthew R. Kay agreed to answer a few questions about his new book, "Not Light, But Fire: How to Lead Meaningful Race Conversations in the Classroom."

Today's post highlights a series called "A Look Back," where I share particularly insightful responses an educator has provided in a past column.

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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