Fred Ende

Fred Ende is the assistant director of Curriculum and Instructional Services for Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES in Yorktown Heights, N.Y. Fred blogs at www.fredende.blogspot.com, Edutopia, ASCD EDge and SmartBrief Education. His book, Professional Development That Sticks is available from ASCD. Visit his website www.fredende.com. Find him on Twitter @fredende.

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How school leaders can help students and staff protect personally identifiable information.

How we provide access to learning is just as important as what that potential learning might be.

Fred Ende shares his key takeaways from ASCD's 2019 conference for educators.

Build up your own knowledge to help students make informed choices about their learning.

So, what’s up with personalized learning?
So, what’s up with personalized learning?

Personalized learning is sound, even as the phrase has become a buzzword, asserts educator Fred Ende. Three ways to make this model work.

Three ways to make self-assessment a regular practice.

A look back—and ahead
A look back—and ahead

An edublogger reflects on his predictions for 2018—what hit, what missed and what's possible for 2019.

Strengthening the sy-STEM
Strengthening the sy-STEM

Three ways to build your STEM, STEAM and STREAM initiatives.

Three learning trends for educators to take on this year.

Learning is done best when teachers take it below the surface and cultivate some deep roots.