Experience It, they did! Visitors to the Admissions Open House this weekend truly experienced the best of Mid-Pacific.
st one of the means for human beings to communicate. There are non-verbal facial expressions and body gestures, painting, drawing, movement, singing…
Top of mind for faculty are the conferences October 23 – 24 for kindergarten through fifth grade. On Monday, the faculty is preparing for conferences, but the lion’s share…
One morning a few weeks ago, I arrived in the classroom and turned on the lights. Immediately, I was struck by something that felt different.
When an educator truly listens with intent, the wonders children come up with are incredible, profound, and thoughtful.
Our first research trip together, as you can imagine, was filled with excitement for both the teachers and children, because in a way it was a test of our relationships.
Professional learning vs. professional development? Our choice of words — learning— is intentional.
During the last week of September, (Wait! Where did the time go?) students worked on writing about their own growth in the weeks running up to conferences.
Each year, our inquiry learning begins with a big idea or essential question and unfolds in magical ways, as the children’s ideas take hold and bring the learning to life.
In a traditional classroom, you may find teachers at the front of the room giving out important information for students to know and study.