Wednesday, January 20, 2021

ASCD’s Fall 2014 Whole Child Symposium Focuses on Teacher Leadership Theme

Join ASCD on December 3, 2014, for the second Whole Child Symposium, a live conversation on today’s pressing education issues. Attendees will share different...
A Bill of Rights for Florida School Children

Florida ASCD Presents: A Bill of Rights for Florida School Children

ASCD created the Whole Child Initiative as a way to be an advocate for designing a comprehensive strategy for learning and development, ensuring each...

Health and Education Are Symbiotic

One of the reasons that I came to work at ASCD was our Whole Child Initiative. I love that ensuring that each child, in...

Full Buckets and Open Minds

By Dafina Westbrooks “We are bucket fillers, no dipping allowed!” Every day, this slogan greets students at Bedford Stuyvesant New Beginnings Charter School, a K–8 school...

Bully No More

  By Virginia Smith Lucy bends down on the ground and holds the football upright with her finger. She sweetly invites Charlie Brown to kick the...

When Disaster Strikes Gifted Minds

Hurricane Irma. Hurricane Harvey. Earthquake and Hurricane Katia in Mexico. Monsoon floods in South Asia. Wildfires in the western U.S.. Our world is plagued...
A bridge to school: reaching disadvantaged families through learning

A Bridge to School: Reaching Disadvantaged Families Through Learning

A report from Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development that analyzes low-performing students across the globe offers very compelling statistics: a boy of average...
When A Minute is a Minute

When a Minute is a Minute

As the Instructional Coach/Reading Specialist at a large urban high school, I have the privilege of observing and supporting teachers in all content areas. As...

Taking Close Reading to the Next Level with Text-Dependent Questions

By Andrew Miller I remember some of the writing prompts I used to gives students as well as ones that were given to students in...

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How educators can help students resist reactionary propaganda on social media

By Matthew R. Kay I’ll always remember one of my last in-person classes before schools were shut down last...

How to simplify hybrid learning

We can only hold onto so much information at any given time. Practical methods for online and hybrid learning reduce the cognitive load.

Growing SEL in your school community

Early findings from The Wallace Foundation’s Partnerships for Social Emotional Learning Initiative show the need for a unified SEL approach.