Looking Backward and Forward from 100 Repetitions

Written by Jeffrey Benson  It’s been seven years since the publication of “100 Repetitions” in the October 2012 issue of Educational Leadership magazine. 100 Repetitions...
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Why Behavior Charts are at Odds with Known Best Practices

On this inaugural episode of the Educational Leadership Magazine’s Monthly Podcast, editor-in-chief Anthony Rebora is joined by Lee Ann Jung to discuss her article...

Teach The Change You Want To See

In the March 2018 issue of ASCD’s Emerging Leadership educators from across the country shared simple changes their school made to infuse positive energy...

Show Them Teaching Is Lovable

The May issue of Educational Leadership examines the topic of “Bolstering the Teacher Pipeline,” looking at ways schools can improve the development and support...

New Teachers: An Asset in the Quest to Increase Student Achievement?

Readers of this month’s issue of Educational Leadership (with the theme Bolstering the Teacher Pipeline) will find good articles on the well-known challenges of...

Inservice Call for Content – May 2018

Looking to contribute to ASCD Inservice?  Take a look at next month’s themes below.  Bolstering the Teacher Pipeline due 5/05 As Baby Boomers retire, the teacher workforce...

A Student’s Perspective on Mental Illness

In my article “Who in Your Class Needs Help?”  in the December 2017/January 2018 issue of Educational Leadership, I introduced readers to Lucy (pseudonym)....

Top 10 Educational Leadership Articles of 2017

As the year comes to an end, we’re taking a look back at the most widely-read Educational Leadership articles of 2017. Educational Leadership published more...
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Can Your Students Recognize New Forms of Propaganda?

Many of us recognize political propaganda when we encounter it at election time. But every day, teachers and students come across new forms of...

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