March 17, 2023 This article was originally posted on the Miss Porter’s School website. Have you ever read a novel in which the historical context was of no importance? Do
March 15, 2023 Of all the claims that schools make, perhaps the most ubiquitous is the assertion that “our students learn to take risks.” Risk-taking is meant to suggest that
March 14, 2023 There is a lot of talk these days about how to teach basic executive functioning skills in schools as well as SEL, DEI, and stress reduction. With
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March 9, 2023 At the recent OESIS conference in Las Vegas, one of the speakers, when discussing ChatGPT, expressed the opinion that “we will see a very different response in
March 8, 2023 When I was in college, I had a colleague who was several years older, widely read, and was ready to provide an authoritative answer to any question
March 6, 2023 Our ability to reach unity in diversity will be the beauty and the test of our civilisation. —Mahatma Gandhi Shortly after the birth of my daughter, I
February 22, 2023 The world couldn’t be more different in early 2023 than anyone could have planned for. As such, many of the “strategic plans” hatched in 2018 or 2019
February 16, 2023 Expectations of teachers grow. Expectations of schools grow. How we learn, and how we deliver what we want to teach have evolved in the past couple of
February 13, 2023 Anthony Brandt and David Eagleman, in their book, Runaway Species: How Human Creativity Remakes the World, offer a three-part framework for understanding how novel things are created.