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Addressing student concerns during an epidemic

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By Daisy Lopez There is a saying that elementary school teachers are immune to germs. In a way, we...

Newsroom

Leadership

Keep Calm and Wash Your Hands

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Please Note: This interview took place on March 11, 2020. This situation is constantly evolving. Please refer to official school/district statements for...

Whole Child

Two Minutes to Better Student Behavior

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There’s a simple way to connect with a challenging student, according to “The Two-Minute Relationship Builder” from Education Update. Spend two minutes a day...
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Five Steps to Create a Progressive, Student-Centered Classroom

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By Mark Barnes A student-centered classroom is built on autonomy and the elimination of traditional teaching practices. The student-centered classroom operates on collaboration, project-based learning,...

Two Minutes to Better Student Behavior

There’s a simple way to connect with a challenging student, according to “The Two-Minute Relationship Builder” from Education Update. Spend two minutes a day...

10 Inspiring Quotations to Help You Differentiate Your Instruction

When it comes to differentiated instruction, one of the most common questions asked by busy teachers is “How can I find the time?” In her...
10 strategies and practices that can help all students overcome barriers

10 Strategies and Practices That Can Help All Students Overcome Barriers

Educators today are faced with the daunting task of teaching students that face personal and social emotional challenges on a broad scale unlike any...

Education Policy

Advocating for a Truly Equitable Education System

By David Griffith Predominately white school districts receive $23 billion more than school districts with a predominantly non-white student...

3 Ways to Advocate for Rigor in Your School

Written by Barbara R. Blackburn Author's Note: A special thank you to Robert Blackburn and Ron Williamson for their...

Students Benefit from Federal Dollars for Teacher Training

Learning never stops for teachers. Whether I’m exploring new online tools for my special education...

What Do the Midterm Election Results Mean for Educators and Education?

The votes have been counted (well, most of them). What do the midterm election results mean for educators and education? Here are 7 initial...

Why Education Is One of the Big Winners of This Campaign Season

The mid-term elections are still a week away but already educators are one of the big winners of this campaign season.  Hundreds of teachers across...

ASCD Events

Empower Q&A: Elena Aguilar on Emotional Resiliency

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As ASCD gears up for Empower20: The Conference for Learning, Teaching, and Leading Together March 13-16 in Los Angeles, Inservice is...