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December 15, 2013
by Larry Ferlazzo
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“Teachers Must Help Determine New Ideas Being Implemented”

Teachers Must Help Determine New Ideas Being Implemented is my latest post over at Education Week Teacher.

In addition to commentaries by Renee Moore and Kelly Young (who I consider a mentor and from whom I’ve learned more about teaching than anyone else), I share some of my own thoughts…

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I’m adding that post to The Best Posts & Articles On Building Influence & Creating Change.

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November 21, 2013
by Larry Ferlazzo
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“Collection Of Tweets From Second Week’s Chat On Classroom Management”

I’ve just posted a Collection Of Tweets From Second Week’s Chat On Classroom Management over at Education Week Teacher.

Today marks the end of a two-week Twitter “chat” (using the hashtag #classmgmtQA ) on my new Education Week-published book, Classroom Management Q&As: Expert Strategies for Teaching.

It’s been a very active two weeks, with my tweeting out quotations from the book, along with questions, and receiving many reactions.

You can see the first week’s collection here.

Here’s a sample from it:

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November 11, 2013
by Larry Ferlazzo
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Twitter Chat on My New Book Starts Today #classmgmtQA

Regular readers of this blog know that Education Week recently published a eBook collection of posts from here on classroom management and student motivation.  It’s titled Classroom Management Q&As: Expert Strategies for Teaching.

It also includes new material, and you can read an excerpt from the book that appeared in The Washington Post.  Also, Middleweb has recently published a review.

I’ve done versions of Twitter “chats” for some of my previous books on teaching English Language Learners and on student motivation, and am kicking-off a two week chat today for this new book.

The hashtag will be #classmgmtQA.

For two weeks, I’ll tweet two-or-three quotes from the book each day, encourage reactions and respond to feedback.  I’ll also post a collection of all the tweets at my Ed Week Teacher blog at the end of each week (so you’ll be able to read them even if you’re not a Twitter user).  As you can see by looking at the links to my previous book chats, they’ve been lively and a learning experience for everybody — including me!

It begins today, so look for the hashtag #classmgmtQA and/or follow me at @Larryferlazzo.

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