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“By examining ideas about creativity, broadening perspectives, and implementing innovative assessment measures, can foster the creative minds the world needs.” —“The Creativity Imperative,” Education...

Antibullying Resources for Educators

As an educator, naturally you are concerned about the health and safety of your students.  Creating a safe climate within school walls is key...

Parental Involvement: A Neglected Resource

Lauren Tripp Barlis, a coordinator in the Office of Student Learning at Step Up for Students in Tampa, Fla., shares insights related to her...

Make and Take the Time to Reflect, Refresh, and Recharge: Whole Child Blog Post...

Over the summer months at ASCD’s Whole Child Blog, we looked at educators’ need to reflect on the past school year, refresh their passion...

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...

Seven Strategies for Differentiating Instruction for English Learners

Here are seven key strategies that my co-author Debbie Zacarian and I believe should be used by classroom and subject area teachers to differentiate...

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