Resist the urge to grade students during the coronavirus closures

By Joe Feldman If we agree that the primary purpose of a grade is to accurately describe a student’s level of academic performance, and...

Let’s value teachers, not just during an emergency

By Michele Hill and Carolyn Ferrucci Why don’t we take the time to tell those we value of their importance to us as members of...

What teachers need to make remote learning work

By Tara Laskowski By now we know that the ways schools look and operate this fall will be far from “normal.” But what are teachers’ major concerns...

5 essential trauma-informed priorities for remote learning

As the COVID-19 pandemic upends communities worldwide, trauma-informed practices to support students who have experienced childhood trauma are more urgent than ever.

Why quality recess time is needed more than ever

By Catherine Ramstetter, William Massey & Brendon Hyndman, Global Recess Alliance Across the world, school leaders are grappling with what to prioritize as schools slowly start...

How Covid-19 will force education into the future

By Sean Slade In decades to come, the first months of 2020 will be seen as a watershed moment. It will be looked upon as...

How to simplify hybrid learning

We can only hold onto so much information at any given time. Practical methods for online and hybrid learning reduce the cognitive load.

How are teachers handling the new normal of distance learning?

What does a day in the life of remote teaching really look like? ASCD asked a handful of educators to film their experiences during...

When the kids come back: A to-do list for reopening during a pandemic

By Elizabeth Englander Whether you’re a parent, a teacher, a school counselor, an administrator, or a kid, we all have a daunting task this fall. Returning to...

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