August Discount on Teacher Evaluation That Makes a Difference

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Whether it is an informal conversation between colleagues in the teacher’s lounge or a debate between policymakers, teacher evaluation regularly finds a way into...

Book Giveaway: Closing the Attitude Gap by Baruti Kafele

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For a chance to win Baruti’s book, answer his prompt in the comments section below—it’s in bold at the end of the post. All...

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Results-only learning eliminates traditional practices—homework, worksheets, tests, and even grades—and replaces them with student-driven, yearlong projects that enable students to sharpen and expand their...

Frey, Fisher, and Gonzalez on Teaching with Tablets

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How Do I Assess Individual Learning When Students Work Together?

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Susan Brookhart’s forthcoming short-format publication, Grading and Group Work, will connect you with strategies that increase student collaboration, as called for by the Common...

Teacher Evaluation—Robert J. Marzano and Michael D. Toth Weigh In

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“Today’s educators, parents, and even students recognize that the most important in-school factors influencing student learning are the effectiveness of the classroom teacher and...

Teaching the Critical Vocabulary of the Common Core: 55 Words That Make or Break...

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How Do I Prepare My Students for the Real World?

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Veteran school leader and popular Educational Leadership columnist Thomas R. Hoerr answers precisely this question in Fostering Grit, his forthcoming short-format ASCD AriasTM publication. This...

Announcing the ASCD Arias Imprint—Timely Answers to Your Burning Education Questions

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Let's visualize September: The year is young and you're right where you want to be. You're consciously applying the myriad new skills acquired over...

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