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Getting Smart: The Social Construction of Intelligence
This excerpt, published by Dr. Howard in Network Newsnotes: The International Network of Principals' Centers, identifies a prevalent belief about intelligence that is counterproductive to the mission of getting all students to proficiency.
I can still visualize the scene clearly: It was my 4th period Creative Writing class, and my students were rambling about the various neighborhood events more loudly and chaotically than normal.
It's four weeks into the school year, and you are already managing unmotivated students
We are proud to announce that Peres Elementary and the Efficacy Institute were recently featured in the March/April 2011 issue of NEA Today (published...