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By Didier Jourdan, Nicola Gray, Sean Slade & Michael Marmot As the Director General of WHO indicated on March 12, the management of the Covid-19...

The case for grade-level instruction as schools reconvene

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Create a minimalist mindset in moments of crisis

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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...

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and the Covid-19 crisis

By Helen Gross Learning and teaching remotely has become the new norm for millions of teachers and students across the world. This has...

Core-content teachers: You can provide good distance learning for English learners

By Margarita Calderón and Lisa Tartaglia With schools moving to distance learning, teachers, students, parents, and administrators have had to step up to...

Four tips for assessing online learning and feedback

By Monica Burns How do you assess student learning online? How is it different from checking for understanding and giving feedback in a classroom? Over...

Assistant principal leadership during a global pandemic

By Baruti Kafele The following is an excerpt from the upcoming ASCD book The Assistant Principal 50: Critical Questions for Meaningful Leadership and Professional Growth,...

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