ASCD Blog by Fred Ende, Director of Curriculum and Instruction Services for the Putnam/Northern Westchester Board of Cooperative Educational Services. A new school year is a vital time for leaders to focus on strengthening our teams, and going into this one in particular, our ability to work together effectively will be even more necessary.
We all know social-emotional learning is of the utmost importance, but what is the best way to teach it to our students? Listen to teacher, author, and consultant, Elizabeth Peterson, share what SEAL is, the benefits of integrating the arts with SEL, and how to get started.
Join teacher, author, and consultant Elizabeth Peterson as she discusses how arts integration helps students engage in content and deepen their learning.
Teacher coach, ASCD and EdWeek Classroom author and ASCD Emerging Leader (class of 2014) Tammy Musiowsky-Borneman is this episode’s guest speaker. Tune in to listen to Tammy discuss the importance of classroom culture and best practices for student engagement.
Educators of all types – classroom teachers, administrators, support staff, coaches – are feedback-providers in various ways. Feedback is critical to the learning process at all stages. And yet, traditional feedback focuses on what the word describes, looking back. Lindsay Prendergast discusses the impact of a mindset shift towards “feedforward” and the resulting impact our language and practices can have … Read More
Glenn Whitman, Director of The Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac, Md., where he also teaches history joins us to discuss neuroscience in teaching and the Neuroteach Global Project.
Listen to Krista Leh, educator, adjunct professor, and educational consultant specializing in SEL, share tips, stories, and strategies that you can do to support SEL, build capacity and integrate SEL into the culture of the school. She also discusses the role of an SEL Coach and teams. This episode is sponsored by Eduplanet21.
Dr. Monica Burns, ASCD author and faculty member, shares strategies and tech tips for encouraging student participation and engagement, inviting student collaboration, assessing and providing feedback, and building relationships with families.
Author, consultant, and NHASCD member, Mike Anderson (@balancedteacher) discusses health and balance in teaching. Mike talks about some main areas of teacher wellness that are especially important right now and suggests small steps that both teachers and school leaders can take.
NHASCD President-Elect Steve Lebel and Executive Director, Jan Yost were invited by and joined our friends from MEASCD to talk about tips for remote teaching. We joined MEASCD President Matt Drewette-Card and Executive Director, Dr. Leigh Alley for this informative episode. Take a listen!