Guided by 4 core principles—common purpose, shared mindset, diverse team membership, supportive environment— Dr. Dove explains how to meet the challenges of collaborating with ELLs/MLLs and help all stakeholders—administrators, teachers, students, parents, community leaders—develop effective ways of working together for the success of all learners.
We are excited to announce an important series we are jointly sponsoring with SAANYS: 'Rebuilding Calls for Some New Tools: Relationships, Culture, and Equity.' This 3-part series features leading ASCD authors. Please register online for the series directly with SAANYS at this link: https://bit.ly/3uLXlgC
Spring/Fall 2020 Impact Journal is Here!
In the Fall 2019 edition of Impact Journal (see below), practitioners shared their strategies for being culturally responsive. With everything taking place right now, we feel it is important to continue the discussion. In this edition of Impact Journal some of the world’s most thoughtful leaders share their ideas for culturally responsive practices for both the classroom and virtual environments. As our editor Dr. LaQuita Outlaw writes in the introduction, “It does not matter where you start, any step will move you closer to helping every child experience success. Each of these articles provide an entry point for school leaders and practitioners. What happens from there is up to you! Move forward responsibly!"
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Thank You to Our Members!
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).
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Dear NYSACD Members,
I hope you and your families are well during this unprecedented health crisis. As we continue to adjust to our new “normal” we at NYSASCD have been amazed by the stories shared with us by our members. Educators doing everything they can to remain engaged with their students providing the academic and emotional support needed, as we navigate these uncharted waters together. Please continue to share your stories and resources related to “Distance Learning” as there is strength in numbers. We encourage you to sign up for the various ASCD smart briefs that are available during this crisis.
Always remember that to take care of others sometimes you must take care of yourself as well. We hope you are able to enjoy purposeful time with your loved ones as we see where this adventure will take us.
Dr. Theodore Fulton