Teachers are urged to remember to include joy in the classroom

Classrooms should be places of joy, literacy consultant Judy Wallis writes. In this commentary, she encourages teachers to consider "the difference joy could make" in their classrooms. Wallis describes her joy of working with colleagues and the makings of a joyful classroom. "Let's dream of places where expertness and smartness grow out of inquiry and talk and wonder," she writes.

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