Saturday, December 14, 2019

Building Resilient Schools: A Conversation with Brian Pete

As we approach the Conference on Teaching Excellence in Orlando, Florida June 25 to 27, ASCD asked conference...

Building Resilient Schools: A conversation with Vernita Mayfield

As we approach the Conference on Teaching Excellence in Orlando, Florida June 25 to 27, ASCD asked conference presenters to answer questions...
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What to Expect When Attending an Education Conference

Let’s pretend that you have a Fairy Godmother (or Godfather!) who promises to grant you the two outcomes you seek from your next professional...

Deep Dive Professional Learning: Not an Oxymoron

Time. It’s likely the one thing we all need so much more of, especially when it comes to taking a deeper dive into a much-needed...

Show up. Engage. Learn. Create. Problem-solve. Design.

Let’s talk straight for a minute about student equity. Professional educators like you face big challenges in ensuring that each child in your care has...

Four Pathways to Equity in Education for All Students

“Sit’ n’ git.” Cue the eye rolling, thumbs down, gritted teeth, and/or any other emoticon that conveys what a waste of valuable educator time this...

Tips For Seeing The Possibility In Every Student With Tony Frontier

The quiet questions we ask ourselves play a critical role in the results we get. As an educator who is endlessly curious about how...

Mediocrity versus Excellence: What’s the Difference?

Average is easy. Excellence is hard. But what determines the difference?

Are You Ready to Design Rigorous PBL?

I am very excited about my upcoming session at the ASCD Conference on Teaching Excellence called “Designing Project-Based Learning Activities for Rigorous Learning.”

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