56 Hungry Kids:
The Solvable Crisis
Teachers are on the front line in the war
against childhood hunger.
62 How Elena Learned
to Love Reading
If you want your kids to read in the summer,
explain why it matters.
66 How Fern Creek
Is Beating Goliath
Margaret Donovan, Patrick Galatowitsch,
Keri Hefferin, and Shanita Highland
A small school found the resources it needed
in its community.
72 “Why Is That Child So Rude?”
Beth Lindsay Templeton
How to avoid stereotyping your students’
76 Would You Step
Through My Door?
Mutual respect thrives when you get to know
families at their homes.
Cover: © Scott Bakal
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7 Uphill Climb
Listen online at www.ascd.org/el.
80 Teaching Self-Regulation Has
Bryan Goodwin and Kirsten Miller
Years later, the latent benefits of the HighScope preschool program
Art and Science of Teaching
82 Targets, Objectives, Standards: How Do They Fit?
Robert J. Marzano
Five recommendations for clarifying terms that are often used
84 Put the Personal in your PLN
How to make connections with your virtual colleagues.
86 Is Your School Happy?
Thomas R. Hoerr
If teachers are growing and learning, they are
far more likely to be effective.
One to Grow On
88 Teachers Who Stare Down Poverty
Carol Ann Tomlinson
How teachers help students rewrite their prospects.
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83 Index to Advertisers
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90 Your Firsthand Experience with Poverty
95 ASCD Community in Action
96 Six Statements About Poverty