Wednesday, November 25, 2020

When Teachers Supervise (1945)

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The article "When Teachers Supervise," from the January 1945 issue of Educational Leadership, is a disarming tale of Alice Moore, a new 3rd grade...

Sowing Seeds of Promise—To Create Meaningful Contexts for Skills (1978)

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"At a time when there is so much emphasis on basic skills for their own sake, teachers may be tempted to focus on exercise...

World Affairs Education: A New Role (1968)

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Are today's students well-informed about international affairs in an ever-shrinking world? This question was being asked with urgency in 1968 in the pages of...

Rebuilding the German Education System (1948)

The October 1948 issue of Educational Leadership, on the theme of "Education's Place in Remaking the World," has several articles of interest to educators...

Assessing Pupil Progress—New Methods Are Emerging (1975)

James L. Leary, superintendent for instruction in Plymouth, Mich., schools, knows that grades aren't everything. After all, he relates, "A high school principal recently...

When We Work Together (1944)

In 1941, in the aftermath of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States and her allies banded together to create the United Nations....

Albuquerque’s Summer Recreation Program (1951)

When a square dance caller, rhythms and dance director, and hobbies and talent director get together, good things happen. In the case of Albuquerque...

Don’t Just Do Something (1959)

"Don't just do something; stand there!" implores Nebraskan educator Galen Saylor, turning an old adage on its head. In the October 1959 issue of...

Making the Public School Curriculum Public Property (1953)

Are public schools public enough? Education professor Harold C. Hand argued, in the January 1953 issue of Educational Leadership, that they are not and...

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