Reading Logs: What Works, What Does Not?

Larry Ferlazzo with Beth Jarzabek and Mary Beth Nicklaus


Reading logs are a well-worn tool for supporting reading instruction, but do they work? What are the best ways to encourage reading and hold students accountable?

@larryferlazzo @bethiej1027 @MBethNicklaus @Bamradionetwork




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What Is the Appropriate Role of Phonics in Reading Instruction Today?

Larry Ferlazzo with Casey Schultz


There are strong opinions on phonics among educators today. Has phonics received a bad rap? Join us for a second look at the appropriate role of phonics in teaching reading.

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The Mistakes We Made in Teaching Math and What We Learned

Larry Ferlazzo with Beth Brady, Bobson Wong, Elissa Scillieri, Ed.D


In this episode, we look at the epic mistakes we've made in teaching math and what we learned along the way.

@larryferlazzo @bobsonwong @EScillieri @bbrady_brady  @Bamradionetwork





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Co-Teaching Strategies That Work for Teachers and Students

Larry Ferlazzo with Elizabeth Stein, Jenny Vo, Becky Corr


Co-teaching can be an extraordinarily effective instructional model when all of the elements align. Join us for a discussion about what works and what doesn't.

@larryferlazzo  @ElizabethLStein @JennyVo15  @Bamradionetwork




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Avoiding the Biggest Mistakes School Administrators Make

Larry Ferlazzo with Anne Vilen, Marcy Webb,  Dr. Jason Kotch


We've all made mistakes in our teaching practice, and most of us are eager to learn from them and move on. We know school administrators also miss the mark at times. In this episode, we look at leadership mistakes and how to avoid them.

@larryferlazzo  @teachermrw  @ELED_AnneVilen @JMKotchEdD  @Bamradionetwork




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