[Cross-posted at The Cornerstone Blog] Can one student threaten the stability of an entire classroom and prevent a teacher from being effective? Is it possible to bridge the gap for EVERY child? How can teachers and students keep from drowning in the sea of distractions that compromise learning each day? These were the questions I […]
Tag Archive 'ASCD2009'
This is the first post in a two-part summary of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development’s 2009 annual conference. My personal reflections on learning will come in part two. I also have a few interviews and session summaries (for those presentations I didn’t live-blog) that I’ll be incorporating into blog content later on. The […]
This session (the last I’ll mention here before posting a conference summary) was presented by Quinn Stanley from the University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point, and was based on his unpublished dissertation. Although I teach in a regular ed setting, at least half of my students in any given year are suffering from diagnosed or […]
Posted in Research on Mar 15th, 2009
These are the final live-blog notes (from the 3 pm session on Sunday, March 15). I’ll be posting summaries of additional sessions as well as a reflection on the conference in the next few days. More ASCD interviews and musings will be posted on my own blog, The Cornerstone. ASCD: 3:00 Sesson
This session is presented by Betty K. Garner, Ed.D. and is based on her book “Getting to ‘I Got It!’: Helping Struggling Students Learn How to Learn”. ASCD: Getting to “I Got It!”