In our multiage classrooms, opportunities for students to learn in small groups is based on specific assessments of their learning and not simply based on age or grade.
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Every year as part of professional development activities and as spring emerges, I meet with staff to assess their plans and career goals for the upcoming academic year.
SPARK Projects are inquiry-based learning experiences that place science and social studies content knowledge side by side with social justice topics.
When a tragedy — such as a natural disaster, mass shooting or terrorist attack — occurs, it can be hard to talk to your child about what happened.
An update on seismic retrofit and water quality at Giddens School
Academic Rigor and Social/Emotional Development: Two Sides of the Same Coin
Conferences: The Twice a Year Check Up
When children play, they engage in authentic and creative problem solving to deepen their understanding of the world around them.
Our Giddens teachers, who uphold the principles of ambitious teaching, organize learning opportunities for students in ways that attend to their relationships, membership, and identities, while at the same time addressing the specific learning needs of individual students.