Monthly Archives: September 2014

Standing desks and ball chairs and movement, oh my!

As Tuxedo Park School builds out our Strategic Priority regarding differentiated instruction, we are heartened by all the great data coming out regarding what facilitates classroom learning and what works for children. And, this is for all students, not just … Continue reading

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Meta Cognitive Strategies, School, Parenting

This articulates so much of what we say to parents and what we live as parents during the tunnel of adolescence. We need all the help we can get as we navigate this very tricky time in their, and, by … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Great Teaching at Tuxedo Park School!

I could not have said it better myself! A great start to a terrific year and all the makings of a fantastic experience for our students. This is what good teaching looks like AND it is what we do at … Continue reading

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And we are off…

The important work (and play) of school starts again. We had some great opening speakers at our in-service week for teachers. My favorite quote of the week is from Rick Ellis: Let us not ask How smart is this child? … Continue reading

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