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- Teaching Opinion New Book Offers Tried-and-True Advice on Classroom PracticeAmerican education has a thing for shiny “innovations," but sometimes sensible, effective advice of experienced teachers is what is best.Teaching Opinion From Reading Instruction to Teacher Leadership: 1,000 Educators Share Their AdviceFor more than a decade, Larry Ferlazzo has been curating intelligence from colleagues and K-12 experts. Read what they have to say.Teaching Opinion Collaborate With Your Colleagues. You'll Prosper and So Will Your StudentsTeachers can learn a lot from their peers and all the other staff members in their school.Teaching Opinion Looking for Ways to Organize Your Classroom? Try Out These TipsBe sure to set up your classroom so that it helps students learn and you save time.Teaching Opinion Plenty of Instructional Strategies Are Out There. Here's What Works Best for Your StudentsDon't stick with the same teaching methods for all students. Others may prove more effective.Teaching Opinion I Don't Want to Choose Between Job Security and Teaching the TruthWith a new law restricting discussions of race, gender, and sexuality, a teacher laments the classroom conversations he can no longer have.Teaching Opinion Carol Ann Tomlinson: My Dream for This Extraordinary School YearThe veteran educator and leading voice for differentiated instruction offers five hopeful scenarios for classrooms this fall.Teaching The Best Advice for New Teachers, in 5 Words or Less: 2022 EditionEducators share on social media what they want new teachers to know before starting the 2022-23 school year.Teaching Opinion 3 Steps Teachers Can Take to Value Students’ Marginalized IdentitiesLower-income students have strengths that often go unrecognized. Here’s how to structure lesson plans that capitalize on them.