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Friday, July 21, 2006

Would you like to see your ideas published?

A year ago, Barbara Blackburn published Classroom Motivation A-Z. I submitted several ideas that we were currently using, and she published every one of them in her book.

Dr. Blackburn is in the process of writing a second book, this one to be entitled Classroom Instruction from A to Z. Here's your chance to get your ideas in front of a national audience. What strategies do you use in your classroom that are unique and really work with kids? Other teachers around the country would love to hear about them.

If you would like to submit a idea or strategy you use, send it to: bcgroup@comporium.net

Here is a portion of an e-mail I received today from her:

"I’m still working on Classroom Instruction from A to Z, so if you want to send me any ideas of things you do or any teacher you know does that works in the classroom, just email them to me (for ideas, check on my site under featured book). I’m also collecting some quotes from kids: “What do you think teachers should do to make learning better for students.”, so if you know kids, ask them and send their comments my way. I only use first names of kids (or made-up names) to protect them."

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