Tag: july

Telling Stories Stephen Krashen on what to do and what not to do when reading aloud Powering Pedagogy Margaret Don offers solutions to the problems arising from...

Cutting to the Common Core: The Positive Side of the Digital Divide Judith Zorfass and Tracy Gray recommend using digital text to differentiate reading instruction ...

Recognizing U.S. Spanish Armando Guerrero recommends decisive action to stop the exclusion of the American Spanish vernacular in the classroom Cutting to the Common Core: Decoding...

Cutting to the Common Core Lori Helman shares her thoughts on the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and the teaching of English Language Learners (ELLs) Accelerating...

Blurring Subject Borders Most of us have a tendency to compartmentalize whatever we can — slotting information, knowledge, experiences into a defined category makes it...

Cutting to the Core When lawmakers dictate curricula, the natural reaction from educators is to reject this top down approach which seeks to homogenize the...

Searching for the Silver Bullet Everyone seems to have the solution to improving public education and closing the achievement gap. More rigorous standards and even...

IN THIS ISSUE: The World as We Speak Our forum for changes in world language English Language Learners as an Asset Ted Appel and Larry Ferlazzo describe...

IN THIS ISSUE: The World as We Speak Our forum for changes in world languages Language Teaching 101 Christine Lanphere, Language Teacher of the Year, explains how...

IN THIS ISSUE: The World as We Speak Our forum for changes in world languages It's Not Just French! Constance Dziombak argues that the benefits of language...