BLOG: Consider This...
Reflections from one of our math and science teachers on how we can look at the world with infinite curiosity, celebrating our role in creation. Math emerges from the world around us and gives order to chaos.
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It is often difficult to know how to academically engage your elementary-aged child at home. How can parents help their students to be excited and engaged about learning? Lower School teachers at Wilberforce have gathered some ideas and experiences for creative and practical ways to interact with your child.
Students learned the importance of narration--that it is not enough to passively read a text. Instead, we must engage with it a deeply personal level and describe it in our own words. A living text must become a living part of us.
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