Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

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February 8, 2015
by Larry Ferlazzo
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Ask A Question, Any Question…

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My Classroom Q & A column over at Education Week Teacher continues to grow in popularity as it enters the middle of its fourth year. The accompanying BAM! Radio Show has also exploded in popularity in only its second year.

I’ve already begun collecting new questions for the next school year, so feel free to contribute one — either by leaving it in the comments section or by sending it to me using this contact form. As you probably know, a wide-ranging group of educators provide guest responses in the column to questions,

Let me know if I can use your name or if you prefer to be anonymous.

And if I select your question, you get to choose a free book from a variety of publishers!

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November 26, 2014
by Larry Ferlazzo
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More Resources On Ferguson

Here are new additions to The Best Resources On Ferguson For Use In The Classroom:


After Ferguson Announcement, a Racial Divide Remains Over Views of Justice
is from The NY Times.

Ferguson grand jury decision: between the lines of the St Louis County prosecutor’s announcement is an interactive from The Guardian.

From Cairo to Moscow: how the world reacted to Ferguson is from The Guardian.

Telling My Son About Ferguson is from The New York Times.

Talking About Racism With White Kids is from The New York Times.

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November 23, 2014
by Larry Ferlazzo
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For Email Subscribers Only

For some reason, Feedblitz did not email all the posts I published yesterday to the 3,000 readers who subscribe to this blog by email.

So, if you do read this blog via once-daily emails, you might want to go to the blog directly to see what you missed!

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