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October 1, 2020
Vol. 78
No. 2

ASCD Community in Action

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Coming to EL in November: The Early Grades

The next issue of Educational Leadership will examine what the youngest learners in our schools need to get a great start. Authors will share strategies and research for supporting students in Grades K–3—especially in this time when much learning still needs to happen remotely and families face unusual pressures. Featured authors include Nell Duke (on aspects of early reading instruction), Justin Minkel (on being there for worried children), Lee Ann Jung, Alexs Pates, and Wendy Ostroff.

Resources on Trauma

Trauma-Invested Practices to Meet Students' Needs (Quick Reference Guide) by Kristin Van Marter Souers, Pete Hall. Stock no. QRG119077.
Teaching and Supporting Students Living with Adversity (Quick Reference Guide) by Debbie Zacarian, Lourdes Alvarez-Ortiz. Stock no. QRG120035.
Even on Your Worst Day, You Can Be a Student's Best Hope by Manny Scott. Stock no. 117077.
Taking Social-Emotional Learning Schoolwide: The Formative Five Success Skills for Students and Staff by Thomas R. Hoerr. Stock no. 120014.

A Note About PD Online Self-Paced Courses

ASCD is retiring a number of older Flash-based online self-paced courses and replacing them with Reimagined courses. If you sign up for a Flash course, please plan on completing it by December 2020. Otherwise, please choose from the growing list of Reimagined courses.
These self-paced courses have recently been Reimagined:
  • Designing Assessments for Higher Order Thinking
  • Teaching the Core Skills of Listening and Speaking
  • Sparking Student Creativity: Practical Applications and Strategies

ASCD Membership

Members can visit the ASCD content archives for additional resources on trauma in schools. There you'll find in-depth articles, books, and more related to trauma. Members receive up to a 20% discount on ASCD products. Go to www.ASCD.org.

Upcoming ASCD Conferences

Whether your leadership imperatives are in a classroom, a school, or systemwide, this event will address your needs with practical solutions. Visit www.ascd.org/cel for dates and registration information.

ASCD Empower

Get all the details on ASCD's annual conference at www.ascd.org/empower.

Sign up at http://empower.ascd.org/program/save-the-date.aspx to be notified when registration opens.

EL’s experienced team of writers and editors produces Educational Leadership magazine, an award-winning publication that reaches hundreds of thousands of K-12 educators and leaders each year. Our work directly supports the mission of ASCD: To empower educators to achieve excellence in learning, teaching, and leading so that every child is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. 

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