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5 Steps to Finding Success in Your New Role

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Last Spring I found myself in a place countless educators have experienced and will experience in their career: a job posting for a position...
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3 Literacy Concepts for Developing Students’ Skills in Reading, Writing and Thinking

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It’s important to reflect on three foundational literacy concepts and questions when developing students’ skills in reading, writing and thinking. Reading is not a subject-...
Get Inspired With The Best Education Podcasts Of 2016

Get Inspired With The Best Education Podcasts Of 2016

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In 2016, we partnered with BAM! Radio Network to launch a new podcast for educators, ASCD Learn Teach Lead Radio. Each episode is an...
How to use your voice to advocate for education in 2017

Coming in Loud and Clear: Using Your Voice to Advocate for Education in 2017

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The metaphor of public education as a factory is a common trope. In an industrial model, schools are factories designed to mold students into...
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6 Strategies to Help Prevent Burnout

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Teaching is hard...I mean really hard.  We leave our teacher preparation programs with these Pollyanna dreams and hopes about what we want to do...

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When was the last time you were civically active? This was the first question we asked our partners at the kickoff of ASCD’s civic engagement...

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This past March at an education conference, I asked a panel on multiculturalism and diversity about best practices to increase the multicultural teachings for...

Three Ways to Create Authentic Learning Opportunities for Your Students

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Let’s face it . . . it’s that wonderful time of year where teachers across the world are meeting their students for the first time.

How Reading Aloud Helps Reach Reluctant ELL (And All) Readers

Countless research studies have told us that reading aloud to students is effective. Why, then, do teachers feel like it is “one more thing” they have to “fit in”?

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