November 21, 2022 “Everything that is soulful in life is inefficient.” – Kanul Shah For a professional development workshop this fall, we designed a “Teacher Movie Day”I am happy to
November 10, 2022 Although I have worked in three different institutions of higher education, been on the Board of Trustees of nine different independent schools, and provided consulting services to
Published Oct. 18, 2021 and Nov. 8, 2022 Joshua Freedman is a leading expert on applying emotional intelligence (EQ) to optimize performance. He is the CEO of Six Seconds, the world’s most
September 26, 2022 It’s back-to-school season! Like mud season is accepted by the locals in mountain locales, back-to-school season is accepted by education professionals and students all over the world.
September 15, 2022 Schools are fractured and many of our students are fractured. Summer should have been a time to regenerate and rest, but for many depressed by the sad
September 8, 2022 Growing up in Shanghai, I learned English at four years old. After eight years of training — from alphabet games in kindergarten to after-school tutoring in middle
As our school communities begin to rebound from the effects of covid and the mitigation efforts, it will be tremendously helpful to create opportunities for students to experience the arts.
Note from the editor: Most of our readers know that NAIS is searching for a new President. We would like the search to be a more open process, therefore subject
August 26, 2022 I start my 36th year in education (28 as a classroom teacher) and below are the lessons I have learned hanging out with teenagers for so many
August 25, 2022 Sometimes you just need a good ol’ crisis to shake things up, to get things moving. It’s like the story of the frog you put in tepid