January 2019 Archives

The new question-of-the-week is: What are the best classroom seating arrangements?

Sonia Soltero, Kevin Jepson, Susan Gaer, Michele L. Haiken, Sarah Thomas, and Gloria Pereyra-Robertson offer suggestions for teaching ELLs in this series' final post.

In Part Four of this series, Luis Javier Pentón Herrera, Jennifer Orr, Dr. Lindsey Moses, Nancy Callan, Kelly Wickham Hurst, and Areli Schermerhorn, and Mary Amanda (Mandy) Stewart share instructional strategies to support ELLs speaking in class.

If you are an experienced educator, I invite you to contribute a response to an upcoming question.

Sandra C. Figueroa, Cecilia Pattee, Barbara Gottschalk, Michael D. Toth, Becky Corr, and Susan Michalski suggest ways teachers can help ELLs develop their English-speaking abilities.

Joyce Nutta, Carine Strebel, Jenny Vo, Dr. Catherine Beck, Dr. Heidi Pace, Pamela Broussard share their ideas for teaching speaking to ELLs.

Valentina Gonzalez, Sarah Said, Mary Ann Zehr, Dr. Jeff Zwiers and Dr. Maneka Deanna Brooks share strategies for encouraging English Language Learners to practice speaking their new language.

The new question-of-the-week is: How do you promote speaking with English Language Learners?

Dr. Jayme Linton, Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad, Beth Konomoto, and Kelly Wickham Hurst share their thoughts on the future of edtech.

Mark Estrada, Dr. Jenny Grant Rankin, Sarah Thomas and Tom Daccord share their ideas about what ed tech will look like twenty-five years from today.

Rich Milner agreed to answer a few questions about his recent book, "These Kids Are Out Of Control" Why We Must Re-Imagine "Classroom Management" For Equity (co-authored with Heather B. Cunningham, Lori Delale-O'Connor, and Erika Gold Kestenberg).

The new "question-of-the-week" is: What will ed tech look like twenty-five years from now?

Here are the "all-time" (at least for now) twelve most popular Classroom Q&A posts.

Miray Seward, Stephanie Wormington, Chris Hulleman, Rob Weil, Rita Platt, Douglas Reeves, and Carol Salva contribute their ideas on sports coaches and teachers working as teams.

Jill Henry, Jen Schwanke, Brian Preece, Pamela Broussard, and Amy Okimoto share their ideas on how teachers and athletic coaches can effectively work together.

The new "question-of-the-week" is: How can teachers and sports coaches best work together to support students in achieving academic and athletic success?

Claudine Phillips, Kelly Wickham Hurst, Mary K. Tedrow and Diane Mora wrap-up this three-part series where educators shared their best classroom lessons.

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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