Monthly Archives: May 2018

30 May, 2018

A Lifetime of Learning: How a Small School Helped One Child

2018-05-30T11:44:04-05:00Wednesday, May 30, 2018|Learning Environment, Private School, Tenney Subscribers|

Follow along as we look at the education of one girl named Amanda: Amanda was the youngest in her family, and her parents, though not wealthy, chose to send all five of their children to a small, private school. By the time Amanda reached the classrooms of her school, her siblings had already won a [...]

14 May, 2018

Teachers: How to Avoid the Student Data Dump

2018-05-14T10:51:48-05:00Monday, May 14, 2018|Education Info, Learning Strategies, Teachers|

Once, students attended school to acquire knowledge. The purpose of education began at the basic level of understanding and gaining exposure to concepts we otherwise had no way to access. But the world has changed. These days, we have more information at our fingertips than any previous generation. Any question can be answered. Any fact can be [...]

11 May, 2018

2018 Spring Music Performance

2018-05-14T09:25:01-05:00Friday, May 11, 2018|Events, Parents|

In case you missed it, you can check out our 2018 Spring Music Performance on our YouTube Channel. We're really proud of how much our music students have learned. Below are links to the performances.

7 May, 2018

Scaffolding: Examining the Metaphor for Individualized Instruction

2018-05-07T14:03:56-05:00Monday, May 7, 2018|Customized Curriculum, Parents, Teachers|

Because of the structure of today's society and the transformations to our economic, social, and labor systems that have already started to change in the face of rapidly evolving technology, educating today's learners is a challenge. Standardized education is losing its decades-long hold on the status quo. For years, we've pushed toward more and more [...]

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