ASCD Express Call for Content: Managing Messy Learning

Project-based learning is a paradox. It can be the platform for deep immersion in interesting problems or topics, but it can also be wildly...
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ASCD Express Call For Content: Questioning Strategies

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Questions can be posed to engage student interest, check understanding, and challenge students to go deeper in their thinking. How do you spiral questions throughout...

ASCD Express Call For Content: Culturally Diverse Classrooms

Children everywhere are coming to school with an array of cultural and linguistic strengths and challenges. How do students' cultural backgrounds influence their interactions with...

ASCD Express Call For Content: STEM for All

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A STEM education is becoming increasingly vital, and not just in terms of a shortage of workers in these areas. Our technology-dependent society demands...

ASCD Express Call For Content: Grade Smarter

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Do your grades measure comprehension or compliance? Do they give students enough information on how they can improve?  How do you communicate with families...

ASCD Express Call for Content: Technology and Differentiated Instruction

This issue calls for examples of how to use tech tools to deliver differentiated instruction. Through skills practice and navigating a menu of leveled...

ASCD Express Call For Content: The Future of Education

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  Flipped classrooms, competency-based education, personalization, and cloud-based computing are some of the disruptive innovations shaking up education. But in many schools, the basic systems...

ASCD Express Call for Content: Motivation Matters

Motivated students learn at high levels, even when they start with knowledge or skill gaps. We know, for instance, that when teachers create an...

ASCD Express Call for Content: Tools for a New School Year

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