Eight Questions for 2011 Emerging Leader Doug Paulson

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We’re always looking for new ways to insert ASCD voices into our conversations on Inservice. With this in mind, we’ve developed a fun question...

Eight Questions for 2012 Emerging Leader Daina Lieberman

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We’re always looking for new ways to insert ASCD voices into our conversations on Inservice. With this in mind, we’ve developed a fun question...

Eight Questions for 2011 Emerging Leader Hannah Gbenro

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We’re always looking for new ways to insert ASCD voices into our conversations on Inservice. With this in mind, we’ve developed a fun question...

Let’s Make More (Digital) Connections

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I’ve been thinking a lot about connections these days. I know how important it is for me to connect with peers to talk through...

How Do Fearless Leaders Approach Common Core Standards?

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Fearless leaders embrace the goals reflected in the Common Core State Standards by "gifting" each student with the learning experiences and opportunities that were...

From School Leader to Community Leader

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"You can no longer just worry about the issues that are happening within your school," says 2011 Outstanding Young Educator Luis Torres on the evolving...

How Leaders in Singapore Stay Relevant to the Classroom

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"It's this constant rotation in leadership so that educational leaders still have that fresh classroom experience to really think as a teacher," says 2008...

Educational Leadership Is My Just-in-Time Resource

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Dallas Dance, 2009 ASCD Outstanding Young Educator Award honoree and chief school officer at Houston Independent School District on one of last year's most...

Using Mobile Devices to Improve Feedback Between Teachers & Principals

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"As principals, the quickest way to help students is to give teachers really good feedback." However,  2010 Outstanding Young Educator Brian Nichols adds, the feedback principals...

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