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We love educators and our educational community! That's why we have developed this section dedicated to thanking those educators in our lives who truly inspire and strive to encourage all of us to achieve our best, no matter our individual goals. Without further ado, a well deserved Thank You to these incredible people:
President CO ASCD
Thank you for your countless dedication to all things.
Nominated by: E. Burnette
makes a difference in education in Colorado
Amy Morgan has been teaching at Discovery Canyon Campus since 2007. She has become one of the elementary schools most respected and admired teachers by both colleagues and families alike. Her dedication to both her students and her profession is apparent every day through her relationships, thoughtfulness, and community involvement. Mrs. Morgan has had a personal impact on more than 400 students through both her classroom instruction and the various clubs and extra curricular activities she has advised. I would like to thank Amy Morgan for sharing her time, talents and passions with me throughout the years.
“Thank you for investing your time, sharing your talents, and making a difference.”
Nominated by Autumn Cave-Crosby
ASCD Board Member
Thank you for your wonderful insight and drive.
Nominated by: J. Lewis
Nominate an Educator
who made/makes a difference in education in Colorado
Include a thank you sentence to be displayed here
submit by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Nominations are needed for Giving Thanks: COASCD's Thank You Educator Recognition Segment. Any educator (active/retired) in Colorado can nominate an educator for a CO ASCD thank you. Entries should include the educator’s name, grade level (if applicable) and school/organization (or contact information), as well as the nominator's name, school/organization and grade level (if applicable), email address and phone number. Please include a written description and explanation of why the nominee made/makes a difference in education in Colorado. In addition to a written description and explanation please enclose a thank you sentence to be displayed in the giving thanks section. Nominations can be submitted by email to email@example.com Submissions for Giving Thanks are ongoing. Please submit at anytime. Submissions will be posted in the order received.
Discover “Why the United States is the Nation it is Today” by visiting the National Mall via the Internet or in person. Use 21st century technology such as Google Earth and YouTube to travel to historic places with your students and children. * Included is a guiding framework, links to key historic places (starting with the National Mall), online resources, and supplemental reading suggestions.
by Jessica Johnson, Shira Leibowitz and Kathy Perret
In The Coach Approach to School Leadership, Jessica Johnson, Shira Leibowitz, and Kathy Perret address a dilemma faced by many principals: how to function as learning leaders while fulfilling their evaluative and management duties. The answer? Incorporating instructional coaching techniques as an integral part of serious school improvement.
by Suzy Pepper Rollins
Did You Know? When you buy a book from ASCD using our affiliate’s passcode, ASCD donates funds to our affiliate. The same is true if you join ASCD, take an online course, or attend a conference. When you buy something by calling 1.800.933.ASCD or visiting www.ascd.org, just use our affiliate’s passcode, COAFF (Colorado Affiliate) in the space that asks for a promotional code. Or, if you have a print ASCD order form, just write our passcode on it.