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Supporting English Learners in the Classroom: An Interview with Dr. Marco Bravo

Dr. Bravo discusses the kinds of instructional strategies and scaffolds that are critical for English learners to gain access to academic content before they are able to speak English fluently.

May 5, 2022  |  By Linda Rourke
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Facing the Shadows, Moving Toward Grace: Best Practices for Equity in Writing Instruction

Words belong to everyone and no one. When we write, we’re taking a seat at the communal table—sharing a poem, arguing a point, telling a story, laughing and weeping, responding vociferously or reflecting on others’ contributions. Everyone deserves a place at the table.

Sep 30, 2021  |  By Sarah Rosenthal
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Substitute Teaching and the Secret to Upending Inequities: A Roundabout Book Review of Substantial Classrooms

In this insightful review of Substantial Classrooms: Redesigning the Substitute Teaching Experience, Karen J. Pittman, Co-Founder and Senior Fellow at The Forum for Youth Investment, provides the perfect overview and entry point for understanding the premise of this remarkable book.

Jun 8, 2021
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Planning Small Groups that Are Efficient, Effective, and Equitable

Julie Wright and Dr. Katy Cortelyou focus on the universal issue of classroom time and consider how to make small group learning more efficient, effective, and equitable.

Mar 10, 2021  |  By Julie Wright & Katy Cortelyou
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Putting Equity at the Center of Distance Learning: Best Practices

“We will do what we always do. We will meet the kids at the door and go from there!” —Amy Lesan, elementary school coordinator, Corvallis School District, Oregon…

Jul 7, 2020  |  By Megan Green
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Supporting All Readers Before and During COVID-19: A Conversation with Pajaro Valley superintendent Michelle Rodriguez and Linda Diamond of CORE

At Collaborative Classroom, we are fully invested in supporting and learning alongside the districts and schools that adopt our curricula. These long-term partnerships are key to our mission.…

May 6, 2020  |  By Kelly Stuart & Gina Fugnitto
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