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Teacher leadership is not a new topic in education, but it is one that has continued to grow in importance. When teachers are empowered...

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Connect, Develop, Empower: Register Today for the ASCD Conference on Educational Leadership

Join us for the 2015 ASCD Conference on Educational Leadership, October 30–November 1 in San Diego, Calif. You will meet with other school leaders...

Choose Your Own PD Adventure at Connect 21 Camp

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By Mike Fisher Ah, summer camp. When I was a kid, I went every year. I made friends, I learned new things, and I participated in...

The Strategic Teacher: Developing Every Teacher’s Instructional Know-How

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By Harvey F. Silver With new standards, more rigorous assessments, and higher demands for college and career readiness, teachers and administrators are under tremendous pressure....

CTE Preview: Understanding by Design and GANAG for Unit and Lesson Planning

Jay McTighe, cocreater of the Understanding by Design® (UbD™) framework, and Jane E. Pollock, coauthor of Classroom Instruction That Works, 1st edition (ASCD, 2001),...

CTE Preview: Recapturing the Magic of Teaching and Learning

We asked Tom Dewing to elaborate on the content of his session at the upcoming 2015 ASCD Conference on Teaching Excellence, June 26–28, in...

Poverty & Education: What We Learned

By Sean Slade On May 6, 2015, I moderated the 3rd ASCD Whole Child Symposium at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. This symposium—an opportunity to put...

Addressing Poverty as a Sector, as a School, and as a Classroom

By Walter McKenzie On Wednesday, May 6, 2015, ASCD held its third Whole Child Symposium on the topic of poverty. Convened at the Newseum in...

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