66 “Just How I Need to Learn It”
Cheryl Becker Dobbertin
Differentiating how students learn is easier when
they know their learning targets.
71 The Right Fit for Henry
J. Christine Gould, Linda K. Staff,
and Heather M. Theiss
Did Henry belong in the gifted class even
if he had a learning disability?
74 Senseless Extravagance,
Richard Weissbourd with Trevor Dodge
A race to opulence characterizes affluent schools
even as other schools scramble to
provide basic supplies.
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7 The Teacher-Proof Myth
Listen online at www.ascd.org/el.
79 Make Standards Engaging
How to motivate students to reach for rigor.
Art and Science of Teaching
82 Writing to Learn
Robert J. Marzano
Five phases of note taking can improve retention.
84 Lessons from Steve Jobs
Thomas R. Hoerr
Sometimes we observe what not to do.
One to Grow On
86 For the Unlikely Ones
Carol Ann Tomlinson
Getting students with low prospects to high success.
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8 Double Take
Reviews, research, and relevant reads.
Tell Me About…
88 How You Get to Know Your Students
Read readers’ stories here and online, and contribute your own
response to an upcoming question.
91 Themes for Educational Leadership 2012–2013
95 Index to Advertisers
96 ASCD Community in Action
News and resources from ASCD.
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