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With a new book on the horizon, Harry and Rosemary Wong continue to drive home the point that detailed planning and procedures are essential to effective classroom management—and teaching. Part of our new story package, Inside Classroom Management: Ideas and Solutions.

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In a new e-book from Education Week Press, award-winning teacher and Education Week Teacher blogger Larry Ferlazzo investigates some of the thorniest problems in teaching by turning to leading educators and education thought leaders for advice.

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Wendi Pillars discusses what it means to be a teacher leader through the action words that define the role to her. (Teacher)
Teacher-educators should help their students to productively navigate the political terrain that is part of education, Kevin Meuwissen says. (Education Week)
The urgency comes due to concerns that one of the governor's main education initiatives has gotten stalled. (AP)
The largest program of its type just a few years ago, the state's once-vaulted teacher merit pay plan is no more. (McClatchy-Tribune)
Enrollment fluxes and understaffed schools are causing the Philadelphia School District to "level," meaning that some teachers will have two grades in the same classroom. (McClatchy-Tribune)
Inside School Research Blog
The Common Core State Standards themselves won't be enough to guide teachers to best practices in writing instruction, according to a new analysis.
Two large-scale efforts to put digital devices in the hands of students have been halted because of a variety of hardware and management problems. (Education Week)

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Rebroadcast: Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013, 2 p.m. ET

In this webinar, author Daniel Pink will offer strategic advice for educators based on his book, To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others. He'll explain what he calls the new ABC's of selling—attunement, buoyancy, and clarity—and how educators can use these tactics to "move" students.

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What’s the best classroom-management advice you’ve ever received? Is there any conventional advice you wish people would stop giving? Why doesn’t it work? Share your thoughts.

A high school economics teacher demonstrates how she uses structured current-events debates in class to teach her students critical-thinking and public-speaking skills. (6 min.)

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Teacher-Evaluation Fears Playing Out in New York

We're building an interactive map in an effort to plot the best field trip spots across the U.S.—based on the collective intelligence of our teacher audience. Use it to plan your class excursions, or just to see where other educators are going and why. See the map.

Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013, 3 p.m. ET
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District administrators Pam Howard (El Paso, Texas) and Shawn Parkhurst (Wallingford, Conn.) will describe how their strategies for developing oral language ability—particularly in English-language learner and Title I populations—address the widening academic gap for students who lack exposure to English language and have limited background experiences.

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