With the right instructional strategies, teachers can turn controversy into conversation. Article here.
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This blog originally appeared on TeachThought here.
Groups and group work are woven into the fabric of many classrooms.
Having students interact with one or more peers can build community, increase engagement, and make learning more active. But deciding whether and how best to form groups can daunting.
This blog first appeared on Larry Ferlazzo's Classroom Q&A in EdWeek here.
Most teachers begin the school year with mixed feelings of excitement and dread. We welcome the chance to “re-set” with fresh faces and high hopes. But the pressure to make sure all students master rigorous standards is daunting, and it’s no secret that the clock starts ticking on day 1.