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Our Top 15 Blog Posts from 2015

2015 was an exciting year for Corwin Connect! We’re privileged to publish blog posts from many of the top thinkers and influencers in education. We see Corwin Connect as a place where educators can meet and dialogue with each other—where best practices can be shared, where ideas can be experimented with and refined, and where educators’ amazing work is celebrated.

Today we wanted to share a quick recap of the blog posts that caught fire in 2015. These posts resonated with readers. If you haven’t read them yet, take a look and join the conversation!

  1. 15 Reasons Why Educators Should Be Connected by Peter DeWitt
  1. The Secret to Classroom Management by Bob Sornson
  1. 3 Reasons Why Teachers Should Film Themselves Teaching by Peter DeWitt
  1. 8 Characteristics of Connected Educators by Steven Anderson
  1. Excerpt from Charlotte Danielson’s New Book: Talk About Teaching
  1. I Want a Makerspace. Now What? By Brad Currie
  1. The Other F Word: Making Sense of Failure and Nurturing Resilience by Linda Kekelis and Jean Ryoo
  1. Suspensions Won’t Work: Changing Student Behavior for the Long Term by Jessica and John Hannigan
  1. The Bridge to the Learning: What It Means in Math Class by Margie Pearse
  1. 10 Tips for Increasing Student Engagement
  1. Learning Soul Mates: Vocabulary and Comprehension by Laura Robb
  1. 7 Ways to Make Time for the Right School Discipline by Jessica and John Hannigan
  1. Why Not Just Suspend? by Jessica and John Hannigan
  1. Read an Excerpt From Michael Fullan & Joann Quinn’s New Book, Coherence!
  1. The Five Tenets of Personalized Learning by Pernille Ripp
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