Mr. James has always viewed music as something to be taught organically -- something for students to learn with guidance, rather than strict instruction. Even though he's new to new to the Reggio approach, he says [...]
Recently Ms. DeAnna's 3rd grade students dissected owl pellets in Science. They found bones, put them together, and identified the animals. Ms. DeAnna reports, "They are having a blast with Mr. Palm!"
At our November LSAT Meeting (Nov, 2, 2015), topics of discussion included: 1) Ramin Taheri, co-chair of the Outreach Committee, introduced our new community member, Anne Hyslop who lives in the neighborhood and works at [...]
Have you ever asked your child, "What do you worry about"? Ms. Bowman, our Elementary Atelierista, asked that question of her students, and the results are beautiful. > Read her blog post, What do children worry about?
"Twelve Goats Gruff" ... "Three Billy Goats Fluff" ... Learning to look closely at stories, exploring closely a single story, settings and dialogue, and performing for peers: That was all part of this year's Folktale Day [...]