The three session online professional learning experience will help you develop your customized personal leadership philosophy.
This professional learning event is open to educators worldwide. You do not have to be an ASCD Affiliate member to register.
At the heart of education are two fundamental questions: “What should we teach?” and “How should we teach it?” Educators striving to design and deliver the best possible learning experiences can feel overwhelmed by the possibilities. To help them make these critical decisions, Angela Di Michele Lalor identifies five key priorities of a curriculum that matters—practices, deep thinking, social and emotional learning, civic engagement, and equity.
This interactive webinar provides strategies on how to incorporate each element into the curriculum as well as strategies educators can use NOW for addressing these elements in their classrooms.Read all the details here
We want to thank NYSASCD's members for their ongoing support in making the latest editions of Impact Journal free to all educators in NYS. These are extraordinary times and we hope you read and share the information in these editions. If you are not a member currently, please consider joining us (see the "Member Benefits" box below).
Summer 2021 Impact Journal is Here!
You will enjoy this summer edition of the Impact Journal! With every page turned, you will take away a tip or idea that will help you as you make instructional plans for the year. From classroom-level to district-wide considerations, there’s something here for everyone.
As a NYS-approved CTLE provider, NYSASCD is excited to bring you pertinent, up-to-date information and professional development, as well as engage in two-way communication with our membership.
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Dear NYSASCD Members and NYS Educators:
I hope this message finds you and your families well. As we approach our third school year that has been impacted by the pandemic, we hope that you will use the resources of NYSASCD and ASCD to assist you in preparing for the new challenges ahead. I know that the past year and a half has changed the way we have had to teach our students, and meet both their academic and emotional needs. We have seen what has worked and we have undoubtedly developed more tools for our toolbox to help us effectively reach our students whether virtual or in person.
NYSASCD is here to assist you, with several webinar series planned for this year. We bring you well known researchers who will share their ideas and best practices to help us as we continue to work in this new environment.
We wish you every success, and we want to hear your ideas. If you have speakers that you want to hear from, or topics that you would like us to address, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Mary Loesing