First Draft: How to write a book introduction

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Editor’s Note: First Draft is a monthly blog series that breaks down the book writing process. Written by the ASCD Book Acquisitions...

First Draft: Crafting Your Initial Outline

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Editor's Note: First Draft is a monthly blog series that breaks down the book writing process. Written by the ASCD Book Acquisitions...

First Draft: Defining Your Hook

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Editor's Note: First Draft is a monthly blog series that breaks down the book writing process. Written by the ASCD Book Acquisitions...

First Draft: Finding the Topic for Your Book

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Editor's Note: First Draft is a monthly blog series that breaks down the book writing process. Written by the ASCD Book Acquisitions...

Understanding Multiple Intelligences for the Classroom

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When I was getting my master’s degree in education, my mom gave me sagacious advice. Don’t put a box around a child; all kids...
Gift Guide for Educators

Gift Guide for Educators

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Are you looking for a last minute gift for a teacher or an educator you know? Are you still trying to put together your...
Make a bold move, give up grades

Make a Bold Move, Give Up Grades

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At the heart of motivation, for most students, is the numerical value placed on their learning. Not. For too long, we have asserted that students...
Plugging holes and tears with scaffolding

Plugging Holes (And Tears!) With Scaffolding

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By Suzy Pepper Rollins In a dimly lit lecture hall packed with college freshmen, the physics professor pronounces, “Now, everyone in here surely remembers the...

Strategies to Motivate Your Bored Students and Energize Them to Learn

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In their new ASCD book, Engaging Minds in the Classroom: The Surprising Power of Joy, authors Michael Opitz and Michael Ford share discoveries about...

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