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Here's our weekly rundown of what's been happening at ASCD: Make sure you register for Carol Ann Tomlinson's and Marcia Imbeau's upcoming webinar, "Leading and...

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Missed any ASCD-related items this week? We've got you covered: Couldn't make it to ASCD's Fall Conference? Make sure to check out our livestream of...

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Didn't get a chance to see what's new at ASCD this week? We've got you covered: Recently, the Whole Child Blog focused on bullying and...

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Here's a rundown of some highlights from ASCD this week: Take a look at the November sale book, Learning for Keeps: Teaching the Strategies Essential...

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Here's the latest news from ASCD: The latest Whole Child Podcast looks at how much emphasis is put on test scores versus the actual students. What...

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Check out what's been going on at ASCD: Why having parent-teacher conferences with ELL families is important to helping the student succeed. To be genuine with...

Our Five Most Popular Posts in 2011

What professional reading stuck with you this year? Here at Inservice, these were the five posts that were the most-viewed for 2011: Myth of Bell-to-Bell...

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Here's what has been happening at ASCD: Merit pay, accountability, tenure, students first, testing, failing schools, poverty, and unions. Students need to understand the effect...

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The latest from ASCD: Bob Marzano shares ideas for structuring teacher-led PD. Dweck yourself before you wreck yourself! DI is all about moving from a fixed...

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