Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Social Learning Begins at Home (1950)

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"Social Learning Begins at Home" (PDF), from the February 1950 Educational Leadership, is a fascinating glimpse into the files of author Elizabeth H. Brady,...

My Back Pages: Mass Media Literacy (1971)

As today's students are inundated with more information than ever before, are schools adequately teaching media literacy? In 1971, Castelle G. Gentry and Margaret...

Move the Beehive Gently (1960)

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Take a moment to step back from the ongoing media blitz of commentary on the ultimate fate and effect of the Common Core State...

Pawn or Origin? Enhancing Motivation in Disaffected Youth (1977)

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How can educators motivate students to learn? In the March 1977 issue of Educational Leadership, Richard deCharms, professor of psychology and education at Washington...

My Back Pages: A Brief History of Differentiated Instruction (1953)

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Educators have been working to differentiate instruction in mixed-ability classrooms since long before Carol Ann Tomlinson's day, although this work hasn't always been described...

From Buffalo to Wichita (1943)

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Agnes A. Meyer, wife of Washington Post publisher Eugene Meyer, took to the pages of Educational Leadership in November 1943 to share her observations...

How to Attend a Conference—The ASCD Tenth Annual Conference, That Is! (1955)

ASCD conference attendees wondering how their experience compares to the gatherings of yore can peruse "How To Attend a Conference (— The ASCD Tenth...

My Back Pages: Integration and Courage

By the late 1950s, school systems across the United States were beginning to integrate students and faculty from diverse demographic backgrounds. Former ASCD President...

Teaching the Language of Thinking (1987)

Language is the vehicle for almost all teaching and learning, but sometimes the language teachers use in classroom does not fully represent the task...

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