I’ve been interviewed a number of times over the past few years. And some of them, I believe, might have some useful stuff in them. So, I thought I’d bring them all together. Each one has a bit of a different focus, so I’ve divided them into categories.

If this post seems to be a self-written monument to my ego, then I won’t feel offended if you don’t give it a second glance 🙂

Here is A List Of Interviews With…Me:

Q&A: Books, blogs help teacher reach beyond Sacramento classroom is the headline of an interview with me that appeared in the Sacramento Bee.

Interviews Focusing On Working With English Language Learners:

TEFL.net, which is on The Best Ways ESL/EFL/ELL Teachers Can Develop Personal Learning Networks list, interviewed me, and you can read it here. It was fun to do, and Tara Benwell asked some great questions. If you’re interested, you can read about why I became a high school teacher, what qualities I look for in the sites I post about it, and who and what I blame when my class lessons go wrong…

Colorin Colorado, which is on The Best Ways To Keep-Up With Current ELL/ESL/EFL News & Research list, published an interview they did with me

I was interviewed about using music with English Language Learners.

TEFL Logue published a two part interview with me: Part One and Part Two.

Interviews Focusing On Parent Engagement In Schools:

The national teacher organization “Teachers Count” interviewed me in the spring.

John Norton of the Teacher Leaders Network interviewed me and titled it Expert Advice about Parent Engagement: An Interview with Larry Ferlazzo.

Smart Bean published an interview with me about our book Building Parent Engagement In Schools. They’ve titled the piece Engaging With Your Child’s School: Q&A with Larry Ferlazzo.

I had the pleasure and honor of being interviewed by Lorna Costantini, Matt Montagne, and Cindy Seibel on Parents as Partners. You can read Lorna’s post about the conversation, and listen to the interview, which she titled Irritate or agitate – what’s your parent engagement like?

I was a guest at an Education Week-sponsored chat titled Engaging Schools, Engaging Parents: The School-Community Partnership. You can read the transcript here.

Hotchalk recently published an interview on parent engagement Pamela Moreland did with me.

Interviews Focusing On Educational Technology:

Game Classroom titled their interview with me “Organizing The Internet.”

David Kapuler has a great blog on educational technology that I’ve written about several times. He’s has a fun little feature he calls “Inside The Cyber Studio” where he interviews various people in the education world on how they use technology and he published an interview with me.

John Larkin did a nice, short interview with me on social media.

Audio/Video Interviews:

I had a fun interview and discussion with Steve Hargadon and many others in his Future of Education event. If you’re interested in hearing/watching it, which was focused on my book and teaching English Language Learners, the recording can be watched/listened to here.

Alice Mercer, a Sacramento colleague, has an interview show on the Webcast Academy called Alice’s Restaurant.  She interviewed me, and we had a good half-hour discussion on technology, classrooms, School Districts, the importance of relationships and community organizing.

I had the honor of being interviewed on the Seedlings podcast by Alice Barr, Bob Sprankle and Cheryl Oakes. You can listen to it here (and see the chatroom transcript).

John Norton has published an interview (at the Powerful Learning Practice blog) he did with me titled Interview: Larry Ferlazzo’s best picks for 21st century teaching and learning.

And here are two more general ones on education:

My Teacher Leaders Network David B. Cohen has just published an interview with me over at the Accomplished California Teachers blog.

Teachers must drive education reform – not just go along for the ride is the title of a profile/interview that Microsoft just published about me.

John Norton at Middleweb has posted a Middleweb interview with me.

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