Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Cyberbullying: Is It Happening in Your Class?

Many students have a digital life beyond the knowledge of their parents or teachers, Outstanding Young Educator Bijal Damani writes in her recent Education...

What Makes Homework Work?

In her latest column ("Homework—To Give or Not to Give"), ASCD Outstanding Young Educator Bijal Damani shares five lessons learned from years of assigning...

Good Induction Puts the “Ability” Back In Teacher Accountability

Post submitted by Richard Katz, superintendent/principal, Clinton-Glen Gardner School District, Clinton, N.J., and member of ASCD's Emerging Leaders Class of 2010. The idea of improving...

Charters: Black Sheep or Golden Sun?

Post submitted by Brie Nelson, director of oversight and governance at the Center for Charter Schools in Missouri and member of the ASCD Emerging...

Burning the Candle at Both Ends

Beating teacher burnout means learning to relax a little and say no when you need to, says this month's installment of "In the Classroom...

A Digital Nation Divided: Multitasking, Media-Saturation, & Finding Focus

Post submitted by John Forbes, Dean of Curriculum and Instruction at the Center for Advanced Research and Instruction, and ASCD Emerging Leader Class of...

Exploring Social Entrepreneurship

Business theory without real-life applications bored Bijal Damani's 11th and 12th grade students. Looking to deliver content in an engaging way, she had her...

Whose Classroom Is This, Anyway?

How can teachers help develop both responsible and response-able democratic citizens? For 11th and 12th grade business teacher Bijal Damani, it started with asking,...

From e-Portfolios to e-Classrooms

Bijal Damani, 11th and 12th grade business teacher in Rajkot, India, wanted to create a space where students could work on projects together and...

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