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Our students’ foundation in technology includes understanding how it works and how to use it to change lives. Our technology supports innovative learning at all ages – from interactive whiteboard projectors in all classrooms, to iPad learning stations in our Montessori Preschool, and one-to-one student devices in Grades 1 through 8.
When a student appears to be “uncomfortable” about going to school, this should be a sign to parents that they need to explore what is happening during the course of a school day. Why is their child disheartened?
My Lemonade Stand is one of the many courses offered through The ELI Lab at The Woods Academy this summer. It is an opportunity for younger children to learn, first hand, the key components to running a business.
Mrs. Tanzi, Mrs. Papazian, and I had the opportunity to attend The Science of Teaching and School Leadership Academy at St. Andrew's Episcopal School from July 23-27 where we learned about the latest and most cutting edge mind, brain, and education research. The Woods has partnered with St. Andrew's and their Center for Transformative Teaching & Learning (CTTL) to send a few teachers to this conference every year for the next three years.
In our fast paced and changing world, as parents, most of us are firmly committed to developing resiliency in our children.
With the level of parent information available today, it can be difficult at times to extricate that which is first and foremost in giving children all that they need to become successful adults. We can all agree that it takes sturdy character for all human beings to navigate successfully in this world. It is this sense of character, this resiliency that must be our legacy to the next generation.
It’s no secret that most kids really enjoy playing sports. Did you know that participating in sports offers tremendous social, emotional, and physical benefits for children?
One of the most devastating things that can happen to a child, is becoming injured and having to sit out during a season. Here are some tips to help prevent injury and keep your child in the game!