Odyssey magazine

2014 issue - High Expectations for All: Their Importance and Influence

The 2014 issue of Odyssey is 96 pages--the longest produced in the history of the publication. "High Expectations for All" is the theme which unifies the 20 articles from 34 authors representing a broad spectrum of perspectives on the lives of deaf and hard of hearing children.

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2014 Odyssey articles:

An Educator's Perspective: Five "E's" to Success with Common Core Standards

By Christy M. Neria

Teachers, Parents, and--Above All--Students "Buy In" to Raise Expectations

By Christopher Hayes

The Power of Expectations: Two Stories

By Laurene E. Simms

High Expectations + Reading Intervention Plan = Big Jump in Students' Reading Scores

By Greta Palmberg and Kendra Rask

Raising Courtney Just Like Her Sisters: Forging High Expectations

By Amie A. Stelmack

How Can We Motivate Struggling Latino Adolescents to Read?

By Melissa Herzig

Expecting the Best: The Essential Lesson for Teachers

By Carl B. Williams

Expectations Lead to Performance: The Transformative Power of High Expectations in Preschool

By Ye Wang, Karen S. Engler, and Tara L. Oetting

A Co-Teaching Model: Committed Professionals, High Expectations, and the Inclusive Classroom

By Karen Wise Lindeman and Kathleen Magiera

High Expectations Require Supporting New Teachers, Educating the School Community

By Heidi MacLaughlin and Donna M. Mertens

Establishing and Maintaining High Expectations for Deaf/Blind Students Using a Team Approach

By Kimberly Mockler

On the Home Front: High Expectations Means Never Say "Never"

By Felicia Johnson

Using Data to Ensure High Standards--And Standards to Ensure High Expectations

By Susan Lane-Outlaw, Cheryl Lange, and Dyan Sherwood

Parenting with High Expectations

By Benna Hull Timberlake and Genelle Timperlake Sanders

Maintaining High Expectations

By Roger Williams and Sherry Williams

Reading for Real: Our Year with Reading Buddies

By Patricia Ross

Reflections on Expectations

By Joseph Santini

The Law and the IEP: Establishing and Maintaining High Expectations for Deaf Students with Disabilities

By Michael Fitzpatrick and Raschelle Theoharis

Meeting High Expectations: Healthy Thinking, Resiliency, and Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children

By Lisalee D. Egbert, Todd LaMarr, Tami Hossler, Carrie Davenport, and Jodee Crace

Academic Rigor

By James E. Tucker

The Back Page: Hard Work, Perseverance, and a Belief in Oneself Impact Achievement

By Claudia Gordon

2014 Odyssey Extra articles:

A Look at National Data: Parental Expectations Shape Student Achievement

by Carrie Lou Garberoglio, Lisa Hortencia Guerra, Stephanie Cawthon, and Oscar Ocuto

A Son, a World: A Mother's Discovery

by Dvorah Ben-Moshe

Reading Above Grade Level-We'd Expect Nothing Less

by Cynthia L. Antaya

High and Appropriate Expectations for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children: The Role of Assessment

by Amy Szarkowski and Denise Fournier Eng

Meeting Mandates, Supporting New Arrivals, and Improving a Good Program

by Candi Mascia-Reed

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