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A Conversation with Elyse Eidman-Aadahl of the National Writing Project

The National Writing Project (NWP) is one of Collaborative Classroom’s most distinguished partners. NWP played a vital role in the development of our comprehensive writing curriculum, Being a…

Oct 6, 2020  |  By Elyse Eidman-Aadahl
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Interview with Valerie Fraser: Introducing Being a Reader, Second Edition

Valerie Fraser Collaborative Classroom is excited to announce the publication of Being a Reader, Second Edition, which will be available for the 2021–22 school year. With the launch…

Sep 9, 2020  |  By Valerie Fraser & Kelly Stuart
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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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Teacher Spotlight: Mariko Wesley-Fagundes

Collaborative Classroom is honored to feature special education teacher Mariko Wesley-Fagundes, from Union High School District in West Sonoma County, California, for this Teacher Spotlight. Mariko explains why…

Mar 23, 2020  |  By Gina Fugnitto
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A Conversation About the Science of Reading and Early Reading Instruction with Dr. Louisa Moats

For decades Collaborative Classroom has been dedicated to developing curricula aligned with the research that informs today’s “science of reading” conversation, and our commitment to this work continues…

Mar 3, 2020  |  By Kelly Stuart & Gina Fugnitto
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A Conversation About Instructional Equity with Zaretta Hammond, Part 1

At Collaborative Classroom, we’re dedicated to transforming the school experience, developing students, and empowering educators by deepening their teaching practices. Zaretta Hammond is one of our best thought…

Jan 22, 2020  |  By Zaretta Hammond
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