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Teach Kids to Give Peer Feedback

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Feedback is essential for learning. It is the necessary dialogue that informs what we know and what we can do better to improve. Traditionally,...
Know the Law: Immigrant Children and K-12 Education

Know the Law: Immigrant Children and K-12 Education

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Millions of children who are immigrants or children of immigrants in the United States may be coming to school uncertain of what the future...

Creating a Welcoming Environment for English Learners In your School and Classroom

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Written by Judie Haynes and Debbie Zacarian  As the school year begins, we, as teachers, think about how to welcome English learners (ELs) to our schools and our...

Standards-Based Grading: A Rose by Any Other Name…

Written by Susan M. Brookhart Do the grades we assign to students truly reflect their learning?  The answer to this question, after over a hundred...

Years of Teacher Bashing Come Home to Roost

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In this blog post, James Harvey cites a new report that confirms the poor state of teacher morale, a situation he describes in his...

EL Subscription Giveaway: How Do You Make a Difference?

By Teresa Preston, Associate Editor, Educational Leadership When I think of how teachers make a difference, I always think of my 9th grade English teacher,...

Join the Leadership Discussion with #ASCDL2L

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Tomorrow @ASCD is hosting a Twitter chat and you’re invited to join us! On Tuesday, March 4, from 8:00–9:00 p.m. Eastern, ASCD Emerging Leader Jill...

Empowering Students as Change Agents

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Open today’s newspaper or turn on the news, and there is a good chance you’ll find a teenager –or more likely several teenagers– expressing...

Pinning Student Engagement Resources with Charity Preston

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Finding new and creative ways to keep students engaged throughout the entire school year can be a challenge. However, student engagement is key to...

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