Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Teachers as Individuals (1946)

Those looking to get some historical perspective on the issue of avoiding teacher burnout should investigate the March 1946 issue of Educational Leadership on...

Frontiers in Education (1946)

Those looking for perspective on the current debate over the best way to prepare new teachers will enjoy the entire November 1946 issue of...

Literature for Students (1943)

Believe it or not, ASCD once published reviews of children's literature in the pages of Educational Leadership. The December 1943 issue featured the article...

The Cult of Individualized Instruction (1977)

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Although individualized instruction, especially formalized approaches, confers benefits such as clearly defining expectations, checking for learning, and sequencing instruction for mastery, former Council for...

Casis Elementary School (1946)

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The story of how Casis Elementary School in Austin, Tex., came to be was told across two Educational Leadership articles about six years apart....

Proposition 2½: Lessons from Massachusetts (1982)

"Prepare. If the tax reform movement hasn't reached your state, chances are it's not far away… for public education, this new wave of education...

What Happens to the Five-Year-Olds? (1954)

In the October 1954 issue of Educational Leadership, the article "What Happens to the Five-Year-Olds?" addresses the dearth of high-quality education opportunities for many...

What Is a “Good” Report Card? (1947)

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Betty Irish, an elementary coordinator from San Diego, Calif., published "What Is a 'Good' Report Card?" in the Parent-Teacher Courier, and it so impressed...

Another Look at Lesson Planning (1980)

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"Another Look at Lesson Planning" (PDF), from the May 1980 issue of Educational Leadership, looks at major schools of thought in curriculum planning and...

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