Attachment and the Classroom
Attachment theory is a psychological theory developed by John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth in the 1950s and 1960s. It proposes that infants...
Learning on a Living Planet
By David Aubrey Berger We live on a planet, with myriad human and non-human beings. We humans are thinkers, schemers, dreamers, a mix of...
Peace over Progress
By David Aubrey Berger The job of the teacher is to teach; the job of the student is to learn. In order for a student to learn anything,...
Should we learn all day?
By Efrat Shapir A student this summer asked me about the purpose of being at school all day. “Can’t you just teach me all that I need to...
Why we embrace atypical students
A reflection on our atypical students and how we help them and their families. Our team is so proud of their amazing success this year.
Screen Addiction: Are We Winning the Battle?
Parents are concerned that their children are spending too much time in front of screens. With teens using screens for an estimated...
How we help students fail in 4 easy steps
Of course I never want your students to fail, or your teaching to be anything less than exceptional. I put forward these observations so...