Top 10 Educational Leadership Articles of 2016

Top 10 Educational Leadership Articles of 2016

In 2016, Educational Leadership published more than 100 articles in nine issues, covering essential themes such as “Disrupting Inequity,” “Powerful Lesson Planning,” and “Helping ELLs Excel.” We’re grateful for our thoughtful readers and talented contributors—both long-standing and first-time authors—who so graciously shared their expertise in our pages. To celebrate the end of another year of discussing the-top-10teaching, leading, and working to improve the lives of children, we’re counting down to 2017 with a review of our 10 most widely-read articles of the year. Here’s the run-down:

  1. Let’s Talk About Racism in Schools” by Rick Wormeli
  1. How I Learned to Be Strategic about Writing Comments” by Cris Tovani
  1. The Power of Positive Regard” by Jeffrey Benson
  1. Ten (Usually Wrong) Ideas about ELLs” by Barbara Gottschalk
  1. Engaging Your Beginners” by Jane Hill
  1. Educators Deserve Better: A Conversation with Richard DuFour” by Naomi Thiers
  1. Building Bridges with Students Who Have ADHD” by Lisa Medoff
  1. Four Predictions for Students’ Tomorrows” by Erik Palmer
  1. What to do in Week One?” by Rick Wormeli
  1. The Secret to Effective Feedback” by Dylan Wiliam

Browse Educational Leadership’s archives and let us know on Twitter which article was your favorite this year.

Kim Greene is senior associate editor of Educational Leadership. Follow the magazine on Twitter @ELmagazine.