How Can Teachers Approach Race and Bias in the Classroom?

Larry Ferlazzo with Dr. Sanée Bell, Raquel Ríos, Ph.D., Adeyemi Stembridge, Ph.D., Ruchi Agarwal-Rangnath


Issues of race, bias, and equity are increasingly showing up at the classroom doors of our teachers. How can teachers manage these issues?

@larryferlazzo  @DrYemiS  @RaquelRiosPhD @SaneeBell @Bamradionetwork





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Avoiding the Biggest Mistakes New Teachers Make

Larry Ferlazzo with Mike Janatovich, Sarah Thomas, Ted Appel


The first day, week, month, or year in the classroom is typically challenging. Years later, most teachers look back and see what they could have done better. In this episode, we offer tips for shortening the new teacher learning curve.

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I Am Considering Flipped Learning, and...

Larry Ferlazzo with Kristina Doubet and Rita Platt


We invited two experienced flipped learning practitioners to share their thoughts on this instructional model.

@larryferlazzo  @kjdoubet  @ritaplatt @Bamradionetwork





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Moving Beyond the Way We Have Always Done It

Larry Ferlazzo with Dr. Sanée Bell, Mark Estrada


In this segment we talk about getting education stakeholders to "own" new ideas, innovations and programs.

@larryferlazzo  @SouthpawEdu  @SaneeBell @Bamradionetwork





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Successful One-to-One Programs: Do This, Avoid Doing That

Larry Ferlazzo with Heather Staker, Anne Jenks


One-to-one programs where all students have a computer or laptop are increasing.  What is required to have a successful 1:1 program in your classroom.

@larryferlazzo  @Ajay460  @hstaker @Bamradionetwork





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