All Classroom Q&A posts on Science Instruction (from the past nine years!) are described and linked to in this compilation post.


Wrapping up this series on the dos and don'ts of teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic, three educators suggest such strategies as creating online and offline content and embracing uncertainty.


Two educators call for schools to use this time of crisis to focus on equity issues like desegregation and community involvement.


Three teachers offer colleagues suggestions for this fall, including showing "grace" to students, parents, and themselves and emphasizing flexibility.


Four educators share instructional recommendations for the pandemic-influenced fall, including setting boundaries and showing patience.


Four educators share ideas on how to start a pandemic-effect school year, including by organizing scavenger hunts and having students share and write captions for their favorite photos.


All Classroom Q&A posts on Math Instruction (from the past nine years!) are described and linked to in this compilation post.


All Classroom Q&A posts on Differentiating Instruction (from the past nine years!) are described and linked to in this compilation post.


Three teachers explain how they are going to start the COVID-19-affected new school year, including by sending videos or letters to students before classes begin.


Three educators highlight the role of memory in learning, such as the importance of guarding against remembering "without understanding" and being strategic about when to emphasize memorization's importance with students.


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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