Teacher José Vilson’s must-read book, This Is Not A Test, cuts through political platitudes into the heart of America’s unresolved contradictions: public education and democratic principles; equity and privilege, race and class, says reviewer John Norton.
Author: John Norton
We interview Tina Barseghian, founder and editor of MindShift, the popular blog about the future of teaching and learning in the digital age.
California teacher and author Larry Ferlazzo is the Internet’s impresario of education resources. He tells us the story behind Websites of the Day, his great act of curation, and more.
Bill Ferriter — master middle grades teacher, multiple-book author & Tempered Radical blogger — offers up his version of cold hard truth in a candid chat with MiddleWeb.
Middle grades teacher Cossondra George has a knack for giving good teaching advice, found in high-readership articles across the Web. She gives us some.
Our Fall Book Review Festival features 15 brand-new reviews of professional books – each one written by and for middle grades educators – on teaching strategies, visual & media literacy, test preparation, the Common Core, academic icebreakers, RTI & special education, social studies, mathematics, teacher research, ESL students, and student motivation.
We interview middle grades “teacherpreneur” Sarah Henchey about her school-based leadership role in developing integrated CCSS curriculum.
Many teacher librarians struggle to explain their continued relevance to a skeptical audience. But Daring Librarian Gwyneth Jones has no problem explaining hers.
A single teacher in a school can be the decisive factor in getting girls excited about mathematics, says teacher-author Jessica Shumway in this MiddleWeb interview.