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Deconstructing Discipline

Dirty Word vs. Antidote to Apathy People often have a negative reaction to the word discipline. They point out that various institutions have often been guilty of employing “disciplinary…

Jul 13, 2018  |  By Sarah Rosenthal
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Classroom Libraries as Windows and Mirrors

Will you be attending the upcoming International Literacy Association 2018 Conference in Austin, Texas? Lee & Low Books is excited to partner with Collaborative Classroom on a panel…

Jul 11, 2018  |  By Hannah Erhlich
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Diversity in Classroom Literature: Conversations for Change

Jennie McDonald is the Director of Publisher Relations and Rights at Collaborative Classroom. In her work, she manages the integration of authentic children’s literature in Collaborative Classroom curricula.…

Jul 3, 2018  |  By Jennie McDonald
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Teacher Spotlight

Collaborative Classroom is honored to spotlight learning community instructor Megan Lanier, from P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School in Gainesville, Florida for our June Teacher Spotlight. Megan appreciates how Collaborative…

Jun 27, 2018
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Reflections on a day of “Living SEL”

As an educator, who do you turn to for motivation and inspiration? How do you find new ways to put students at the center of the learning? On…

Jun 13, 2018
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Using Book Clubs with Making Meaning and Conclusion

This is the seventh and final installment in a series of posts with ideas and suggestions for running effective literacy circles or book clubs with students from second grade through…

Jun 13, 2018  |  By Kathy King-Dickman
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