Involving Students in Learning
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What do we need to believe about our students in order to set up a learning environment that will set them on a lifetime path of learning.
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The Deflating Effects of Grading Homework

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Myron Dueck reflects on an issue he discusses in his article “The Problem with Penalties” in the March 2014 edition of Educational Leadership—why grading homework hurts low-income kids.

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ASCD Author Myron Dueck: Greatest Lesson Learned

ASCD author Myron Dueck explains the importance of modeling learning for students and being continual learners.
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ASCD Author Myron Dueck: Learning from Mistakes

ASCD author Myron Dueck says that it took him too long to learn that students' lives outside of school influence how they demonstrate their learning in the c...
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Myron worked with Instructional Leaders in Everett and was incredibly well received. His message of relationships and engagement are important for all teachers.

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The Deflating Effects of Grading Homework

The Deflating Effects of Grading Homework | Involving Students in Learning | Scoop.it
Myron Dueck reflects on an issue he discusses in his article “The Problem with Penalties” in the March 2014 edition of Educational Leadership—why grading homework hurts low-income kids.

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ASCD Author Myron Dueck: Greatest Influence

ASCD author Myron Dueck explains how Rick Stiggins, Ken O'Connor, and Doug Reeves have influenced his work in education.
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Dan Pink on the surprising science of motivation | Video on TED.com

Dan Pink on the surprising science of motivation | Video on TED.com | Involving Students in Learning | Scoop.it
TED Talks Career analyst Dan Pink examines the puzzle of motivation, starting with a fact that social scientists know but most managers don't: Traditional rewards aren't always as effective as we think.

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Shared with me by a colleague - her question - how does this help us rethink grading and learning? I would add - how does this help us see how we need to invite our students in to learning.

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