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My Favorite Posts In 2016 — So Far

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Every year I identify my personal favorite posts, and it’s time for my mid-year selection.

You can see my choices for each of the past nine years here.

And you can also see a list of my My All-Time Favorite Posts!

Here are My Favorite Posts In 2016 — So Far:

Here are some of my favorite “The Best…” lists from this year (by the way, the total lists I’ve published reached 1,580 this year):

The Best Teaching/Learning Resources On The Musical, “Hamilton”

The Best Resources On Student Agency & How To Encourage It

The Best Ways To Use Stephen Curry & The Warriors For Teaching Social Emotional Learning Skills

The Best “Fair Isn’t Equal” Visualizations

The Best Resources About “Culturally Responsive Teaching” & “Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy” – Please Share More!

I had several articles published elsewhere, including some excerpts from my latest book on the Common Core and English Language Learners:

And here are a few other posts from this blog that I thought were particularly useful:

Download All Lesson Plans & Student Hand-Outs From Our ELLs & Common Core Book – For Free!

President Obama Provides Great Analysis Of Key Community Organizing Adage: Do You Want To Be Right, Or Effective?

An Interview With…Me, About Teaching ELLs

Using The “Green Eggs and Ham hypothesis” To Help Students Develop Creativity

Here’s How My Students Taught Their Classmates A Social Studies Unit – Handouts Included

We Did A Great ‘Growth Mindset’ Lesson With Our ELLs This Week – Here’s The Lesson Plan

“Ofrecer autonomía es clave para desarrollar la motivación”

New Study Reviews 25 Years Of Research Into What Helps Students Graduate – Here’s What They Found

Zootopia Movies Highlights Importance Of Grit, But Also Its Limitations

A Community Organizer’s Definition Of Leadership – How Can It Be Applied To Education? (Part One)

I Did A Presentation Today On The Concept Attainment Instructional Strategy – Here Are My Materials

I Did My Best Job Teaching A “Growth Mindset” Today – Here’s The Lesson Plan

Teachers Might Find My “Concept Attainment – Plus” Instructional Strategy Useful

Lastly, The Sacramento Bee asked me to give ninety-seconds of tips for new teachers. Here’s the video:

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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