Zaretta Hammond

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Zaretta Hammond is a teacher educator and the author of Culturally Responsive Teaching and The Brain: Promoting Authentic Engagement and Rigor Among Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students. She has a passion for books and teaching reading. She blogs at www.ready4rigor.com.


Pages authored by Zaretta Hammond

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Is Implicit Bias Racist? Editor’s Note: We’re posting two blogs today about how learning more about the human brain can help address and overcome implicit bias in the...
What’s Your Plan for Managing Difference? I recently worked with a group of teachers to build culturally responsive toolkits. One was having trouble deciding how to manage all the...
The Neuroscience of Call and Response In my last post, I talked about using call and response to deepen learning. Whether you use call and response for academic review or to encourage...
Mindfulness Helps Reduce Unequal Discipline Editor’s Note: This blog was first published at www.Ready4Rigor.com on March 3, 2013 and posted here with permission. Last week I joined a group of...
Five Things Not to Do During Black History Month Editor’s Note: This blog was first published at www.Ready4Rigor.com on Feb. 5, 2013 and posted here with permission. It happens every February. Yep...
Four Black History Month Must-Haves Editor’s Note: This blog was first published at www.Ready4Rigor.com on Feb. 15, 2013 and posted here with permission. Even though we are coming to...
Cultural Responsiveness Starts with Real Caring Editor’s Note: This blog was first published at www.Ready4Rigor.com on Oct. 4, 2012 and posted here with permission.   “If you can...