Protecting Good Education Ideas from Bad Implementation
Larry Ferlazzo with Cathy Beck, Kathleen Neagle, Dan Rothstein
Most experienced educators have seen many teaching ideas come and go. Why do some education ideas soar and stick while others fall flat?
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February 10, 2017 Classroom Q & A
Cathy Beck is currently the Assistant Superintendent in Summit County, CO (Breckenridge). She is the author of Easy and Effective Professional Development. Kathleen Neagle Sokolowski is an elementary teacher in Farmingdale, New York. She is a co-author of the Two Writing Teachers blog and the co-director of the Long Island Writing Project. Co-Director of the Right Question Institute and Co-author of Make Just One Change: Teach Students to Ask Their Own Questions, Dan Rothstein has been working the past five years with thousands of teachers.
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