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Fake News

Written by Seth Pozzi on .

Pizzagate!  Russia! 

Unless you have been living under a rock (without Internet access), you have probably heard a lot of the recent buzz about fake news. It doesn’t seem like fake news and misinformation are going away. And according to today’s All Things Considered, many schools are not doing a

Are Grades Important?

Written by Seth Pozzi on .

Stanford Dean warns that many parents are overemphasizing grades and scores, perhaps to our children's detriment. Instead of helping children build self-efficacy or thinking about what they might be interested in studying, we create too much anxiety over B's, or G-d forbid some C's. Are grades

Habit #2 - Begin with the End in Mind

Written by Seth Pozzi, Head of School on .

This year, our entire school community is on an exciting journey exploring Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Last week, our elementary students conducted Student-Led Conferences at which they discussed individual goals they had set as readers, writers, and mathematicians, as well

Student-Led Conferences

Written by Seth Pozzi, Asst. Head of School on .

Sometimes a new concept or trend emerges, and you can’t imagine why we didn’t do this sooner! I believe you will soon agree that the Student-Led Conference (SLC) is a transformational and indispensable tool from which all schools and children could benefit. This year, our Elementary Division is

Executive Functioning

Written by Seth Pozzi, Asst. Head of School on .

Executive Functioning (EF) is a really big buzzword in education and social science research right now. It’s a term researchers use to encompass several brain-related functions that are shown to have a significant impact on children’s future success. Children who display higher levels of executive

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