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Educational Leadership

There's More to Emotional Self-Regulation Than Meets the Eye

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Teaching self-regulation skills to young students has to go beyond praise and censure.

Lee Ann Jung

Educational Leadership

Teen Voices: What We Really Need from Schools

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EL editors reached out to several teens across the country, inviting them to tell us about their school experiences and what their biggest challenges are. We asked them: What do you most need from your school, your teachers, your community?

Muna Farah, Jacob Lewis, Maisie Jung, Joshua Lombardi, Ethan Hemmings, Sam Moehlig, Athanacia Varelas and Mac Baker

Educational Leadership

Scales of Progress

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Goal attainment scaling, which tracks students' skill progression over time, offers an alternative to fixed methods of assessment.

Lee Ann Jung

Educational Leadership

In Supporting Students, Language Matters

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What's the difference between accommodations and modifications, and why is the distinction important?

Lee Ann Jung

Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology

A Randomized Controlled Trial of Web-Based and Face-to-Face Teacher Coaching

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In this study, the authors compared the effects of web-based versus face-to-face coaching of teachers of young children with autism spectrum disorders.

Lisa Ruble, John McGrew, Nancy Dalyrimple

Principal Leadership

Fair and Accurate Grading for Exceptional Learners

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This five-step model provides fair and accurate grades for students who have IEPs

Lee Ann Jung and Tom Guskey

Educational Leadership

Grading Exceptional Learners

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This five-step model provides fair and accurate grades for students with disabilities and English language learners.

Lee Ann Jung and Tom Guskey

Educational Leadership

Does This Count?

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We can fix gaming-for-grades school cultures by changing our understanding of formative classroom work.

Lee Ann Jung

Educational Leadership

Don't Forget About Me

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Students with invisible disabilities often feel isolated in school. But they desperately want to belong.

Roberto d'Erizans, Lee Ann Jung and Tamatha Bibbo

Kappan

Gearing up for FAST Grading and Reporting

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It’s time for schools to move toward a grading system that is fair, accurate, specific, and timely.

Ken O'Connor, Lee Ann Jung, and Douglas Reeves

Educational Leadership

What's Worth Fighting Against in Grading?

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Four common grading practices can hurt students and erode instructional culture.

Douglas Reeves, Lee Ann Jung and Ken O'Connor

Principal Leadership

Four Steps in Grading Reform

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As standards- based curricula and assessments are implemented, grading practices must also change to be meaningful and fair.

Tom Guskey and Lee Ann Jung

The Clearing House

RTI and Mastery Learning: Tracing Roots and Seeking Common Ground

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The roots of a response-to-intervention approach and mastery learning have much in common, but that each incorporates unique elements that could potentially complement and strengthen the other.

Tom Guskey and Lee Ann Jung

Educational Leadership

Please Stop Sacrificing Arts Classes for Skills Intervention!

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For students with learning disabilities, art class is often the best part of the day. Why take it away from them?

Lee Ann Jung and Maisie Jung

Educational Leadership

Tear Down Your Behavior Chart!

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Behavior charts and similar public shaming methods don't teach self-regulation. They mainly harm vulnerable learners.

Lee Ann Jung and Dominique Smith

Educational Leadership

How to Keep Mutiny from Sinking Your Change Effort

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Adopting a norm of "disagree and commit" allows schools to try out promising new practices even if some teachers harbor doubts.

Lee Ann Jung

Educational Leadership

Grading: Why You Should Trust Your Judgment

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Although computerized grading programs have advantages, teachers' judgment has been shown to be more reliable.

Tom Guskey and Lee Ann Jung

Kappan

Grades That Mean Something

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A group of teachers, school leaders, and education researchers create report cards that link course grades to progress on standards.

Tom Guskey, Gerry Swan, and Lee Ann Jung

Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders

Examining the Quality of IEPs for Young Children with Autism

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The purpose of this study was to develop an
IEP evaluation tool based
on IDEA requirements and National Research Council recommendations for children with ASD.

Lisa A. Ruble, John McGrew, Nancy Dalrymple, and Lee Ann Jung

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