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Teaching Opinion New Book Offers Tried-and-True Advice on Classroom Practice
American education has a thing for shiny “innovations," but sometimes sensible, effective advice of experienced teachers is what is best.
Rick Hess, September 19, 2022
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Teaching Opinion From Reading Instruction to Teacher Leadership: 1,000 Educators Share Their Advice
For more than a decade, Larry Ferlazzo has been curating intelligence from colleagues and K-12 experts. Read what they have to say.
Larry Ferlazzo, September 16, 2022
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School & District Management Opinion Want Insight Into Schooling? Here's Advice From Some Top Experts
From motivating students to identifying successful leadership, accomplished educators weigh in on those and other topics.
Larry Ferlazzo, September 14, 2022
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Teaching Opinion Looking for Ways to Organize Your Classroom? Try Out These Tips
Be sure to set up your classroom so that it helps students learn and you save time.
Larry Ferlazzo, September 9, 2022
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Teaching Opinion How to Avoid Making Mistakes in the Classroom
Teachers aren't immune to making mistakes—some are even beneficial—but many can be prevented.
Larry Ferlazzo, September 7, 2022
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Teaching Opinion Plenty of Instructional Strategies Are Out There. Here's What Works Best for Your Students
Don't stick with the same teaching methods for all students. Others may prove more effective.
Larry Ferlazzo, September 6, 2022
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Teaching Opinion 10 Ways to Build a Healthier Classroom
If teachers want students to realize their academic potential, first they have to build relationships with them.
Larry Ferlazzo, August 29, 2022
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Teaching Opinion What Science Can Teach Us About Learning
Research in the past decade has come a long way in explaining how teachers can ignite students' brainpower.
Larry Ferlazzo, August 22, 2022
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Special Education Opinion How to Build Inclusive Classrooms
If teachers start from the premise that all students can make valuable contributions, that opens avenues to success.
Larry Ferlazzo, August 19, 2022
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Teaching Opinion Summer School Reminded Me Why I Love Teaching
I didn’t feel prepared to teach a remedial ELL class. Then it turned into one of the best experiences of my career.
Violet T. Adams, August 17, 2022
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Teaching Opinion 3 Steps Teachers Can Take to Value Students’ Marginalized Identities
Lower-income students have strengths that often go unrecognized. Here’s how to structure lesson plans that capitalize on them.
David M. Silverman, August 17, 2022
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