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The Continents Project: Multidisciplinary Learning

The Continents Project: Multidisciplinary Learning

November 9, 2018

How do you use a scroll saw to teach geography? 3rd grade teacher Bridget Corso and art teacher Tracy Leavitt have collaborated to develop a hands-on approach to studying the continents of the world. To begin, in social studies, the class discussed Pangea, the supercontinent that existed for most of geologic time, encompassing almost all … Read More

Democracy Across the Curriculum, Part Two

Democracy Across the Curriculum, Part Two

November 2, 2018

Participation matters. Continuing their efforts to Get Out The Vote, this week, the Upper School Democracy Squad wrote postcards calling on relatives, friends, and neighbors to head to the polls on Tuesday. Some took the cards out trick-or-treating, a student-generated idea to enlarge the meaning of the holiday. Now, more on what’s been happening in the classrooms this week, … Read More

Democracy Across the Curriculum, Part One

Democracy Across the Curriculum, Part One

October 26, 2018

It’s part of our daily mission and practice at High Meadow to “provid[e] opportunities to authentically and compassionately participate as a member of a diverse, democratic community.” As we approach the November 6th elections, the significance of this part of our mission looms large. It’s an ideal time for the young people in our community … Read More

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