Tag Archives: ASCD

Are Hope and Engagement Key Student Success Indicators?

Engagement is driven when students know how to apply what they know. Have you seen the 2016 Gallup Student Poll?  According to Gallup, the Student Poll will track for 10 years the hope, engagement, and well-being of public school students in … Continue reading

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ASCD Shares Keys to Success in BYOD Initiatives

For any school or district considering a technology initiative I think this article is a must read.  It will only take one minute.  Then, pass it along to your committee so that they get it. This recent Association for Supervision and … Continue reading

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The scalability of individualized instruction in math intervention

Great intentions do not always equate to great results.  Anyone who has spent any time in education comes to realize this.  Recently, ASCD has been promoting a well-intentioned approach to differentiated instruction. Their article “Differentiating without Drowning”  maintains that teachers … Continue reading

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“Never Work Harder Than Your Students” a good read

ASCD just announced three new publications for new teachers.  They offer extensive previews of each online.  I found Never Work Harder Than Your Students by Robyn R. Jackson of particular interest.  In it, she lays out the Master Teacher Principles … Continue reading

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