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Questioning the Practice of Questioning

Questioning the Practice of Questioning

Your Next Lesson
Too often “the question” becomes more important than the actual process of questioning. – Christopher Lehman Share this: ... Read more
On the Passing of our Friend and Colleague, Dr. Roz Linder

On the Passing of our Friend and Colleague, Dr. Roz Linder

Blog
Her work has always touched us. Now her work is here for us to carry forward. Her mission is now yours, mine, all of ours. ... Read more
Net Neutrality Position Statement: Save the Internet

Net Neutrality Position Statement: Save the Internet

Position Statement
If Net Neutrality is repealed, it will directly hurt schools, educators, families and students. Share this: ... Read more
800,000 Children and Young Adults Are In Danger, We Must Act: #DreamActNow

800,000 Children and Young Adults Are In Danger, We Must Act: #DreamActNow

Discourse
“We are educators. Our children, our colleagues, our nation needs us. We must act.” – Christopher Lehman Share this: ... Read more
Goodbye Clip Charts, Marble Jars, and Stickers for Behavior

Goodbye Clip Charts, Marble Jars, and Stickers for Behavior

Blog
Maybe we should move away from thinking about teaching with the whole child in mind and instead think about teaching with the whole child’s LIFE in mind. – Kristi Mraz ... Read more
In September: The Book Chapter You Can’t Live Without

In September: The Book Chapter You Can’t Live Without

#EduJoy
“This is the professional book that changed my career. It is the title that I need to have near (I have a copy at home, at school and in my ... Read more
I am a genderqueer literacy educator.

I am a genderqueer literacy educator.

Discourse
“Are you trying to figure out how to include transgender voices and narratives in your literacy practices? Consider this…. I am genderqueer…” Share ... Read more
Strengthen Staff Relationships with Book Clubs

Strengthen Staff Relationships with Book Clubs

Blog
“This year our teachers started participating in voluntary book clubs. We were fortunate to have a visit from Donalyn Miller scheduled, and we wanted to be ready for her visit. ... Read more
CBMs with a Twist: Reading is About More Than the Speed

CBMs with a Twist: Reading is About More Than the Speed

Blog
“Today in almost every elementary school in every state in America, teachers are required (or at least highly encouraged) to use curriculum based measures (CBMs) a minimum of three times ... Read more
In Memory of Kathleen Tolan, The Giving Tree

In Memory of Kathleen Tolan, The Giving Tree

Blog
The Educator Collaborative family grieves with the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project family this evening on the sudden and unfathomable loss of Kathleen Tolan, Senior Deputy Director and champion ... Read more
NCTE: The Literacy Super Bowl

NCTE: The Literacy Super Bowl

Book Ambassador
“The NFL’s Super Bowl is a celebration like no other. But for educators, it pales in comparison to the National Council Teachers of English annual event. I like to ... Read more
A Species of Moonshots

A Species of Moonshots

Blog
History is full of moonshots. A title reserved for the innovations that changed mankind. The world-altering actions that ensured life would never be the same- the printing press, anesthesia, the ... Read more
Living, Breathing, and Teaching with Radical Love: What It Means, What You Need, and Where to Start

Living, Breathing, and Teaching with Radical Love: What It Means, What You Need, and Where to Start

Discourse
“Radical love is love amplified. It’s love with a double shot of social justice.” – Dana Stachowiak Share this: ... Read more
Authors, Inspiration and Breaking Book News! #WhyIWrite

Authors, Inspiration and Breaking Book News! #WhyIWrite

Makers and Spaces
Tuesday night was unbelievable! If you missed it, the recording is available both on the event page and on our YouTube channel: YouTube.com/TheEdCollab Authors Peter Reynolds, Kathryn Otoshi, and Lynda ... Read more