Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Four Key Take-Aways for PBL in the ELA Classroom

This past Monday, I had the honor of hosting an #engchat on the topic "Project-Based Learning (PBL) in the English/Language Arts (ELA)  classroom." During the...

Moving the Common Core State Standards from Adoption to Implementation to Sustainability

This blog post is cross-posted on The Hunt Institute’s blog, The Intersection. If you’re an educator in one of the 46 states that has adopted...

5 Top Resources for Aligning Your Social Studies Curricula to the Common Core

Social studies supervisors and teachers across the country are revising their unit plans to meet their state’s content standards, as well as, the Common...

Formative Assessment Paves the Way!

 by Jennifer Beasley When going on any journey in life, it is nice to know your destination. In the classroom, our destination is the goal...

Tips to Relieve Your Common Core Pain Points

By: Ann Cunningham-Morris, ASCD Director, Professional Learning Services and Andrew Miller, ASCD Faculty While implementing the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), many educators—both in leadership...

Growing with the Common Core State Standards

As a former high school teacher, I most looked forward to returning in the fall and seeing how much students changed over the summer....

Checking in with Common Core Implementation in New Hampshire

ASCD asked some of our affiliate leaders to tell us how the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) has been going in...

How School Leaders Can Successfully Implement the Common Core State Standards

Sue Z. Beers has been a middle and high school teacher, coach, and K–12 curriculum director. She currently serves as the director of the...

A Big Idea in Education That May Have Been Wrong All Along

What if by leveling children—specifically in the elementary classroom—we as educators have been inadvertently setting up students (specifically those “struggling” readers) to perpetually be behind?

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