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Diversity and Inclusion Climate Study - Children discover themselves as learners at Oakhill Day School. Visit our community of active learners who are valued and known every day.
Start by figuring out what your goals are.
Independent Ideas: The Independent School Magazine Blog explores the issues and trends that matter most in education now. As a professional learning community, it features a diversity of voices and so
If schools want a strong collegial atmosphere, they need to foster it intentionally—both across the school and on smaller scales.
The goal should be to take measures to avoid athletic injuries — or at least minimize their severity — and keep kids in the game.
Nadia, a young Muslim-American girl, describes the celebration of Ramadan, in which Muslims fast, or go without food and drink, during the day. She narrates a day in the life of her family of parents
When you're still technically in school, but the conditions just aren't great for teaching, what do you do to make the most of the time? Here are 30 ideas.
Lessons on manners and literature foster a sense of community that helps struggling students begin to find their way in school.
Join host John Green to learn about money - what it is, what it is for, how we use it - and debt, along with a slew of other interesting ideas on the way. We'll investigate whether money displaces bar
Grading is time-consuming but necessary, so we have some techniques for making it more effective and efficient.
Our Senior School History teacher Michael-Ann Cerniglia shares 9 ways to use social media in the classroom.
Year mapping allows students to see what they’ve learned in your class, and it’s a great resource for your incoming class.