Habits of Mind: What We Do When We Don't Know the Answer

Rachael George with Bena Kallick and Art Costa

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Join us for a fascinating discussion about cultivating the habits of mind that enable us to respond effectively when clear answers are unavailable.

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Cultivating Literate Students in a New Media World

Dan Kreiness with  Dr. Faith Rogow

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The types, scope, and impact of new media are changing the way we think, talk, teach and define literacy. Join us for a fresh look at literacy in a new media world.

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Why Principals Must Earn the Right to Lead: Six Steps to Get There

Adam J. Brown Ed.D. with Bobb Darnell

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Join us as we unpack the top six leadership behaviors that drive optimism and commitment.

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Getting Beyond Labeling Students Based on Deficits

Chaunte Garrett with Toby Karten

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Labeling students have both obvious and unintentional consequences. Our guest shares strategies for constructively building on the strengths of students with special needs.

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Smart Ways to Integrate Student Reflection into Student Assessment

Myron Dueck with Matt Wachel

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Our guest turns conventional student assessment upside down. Join us as he shares a practical strategy to more effectively evaluate student progress.

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Differentiation in Elementary Grades: Do This, Not That

Kristina Doubet with Sarah Thomas

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What are the best practices for differentiating instruction in the elementary grades?  Join us as we lift the hood and take a look.

Follow: @sarahdateechur @kjdoubet@ASCD  @bamradionetwork

 

 

 

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