The Randolph Journey

Lost in time: the hidden dangers of the 5th grade curriculum

What begins as simple story about two 5th grade teachers, Kathie Clayton and Kathleen Brewer, receiving a summer professional development grant to revise the 5th grade ...
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Research for the real world

By Patricia Kuhn, Dean of Student Research and Library Resources My earliest experience with research in high school was limited to a small library with strained ...
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Daily 5: the power of choice

By Jean Tipton, 3rd Grade teacher Do you like to select reading material that interests you, or would you rather be told what to read? Most of us don’t even have to give ...
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Welcome to the Responsive Classroom

By Henri Helstowski, 2nd Grade Teacher; and Nichole Knapp, 1st Grade Teacher Close your eyes and imagine the sound of a beautiful chime ringing to signal movement to the ...
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Change is brewing in Upper School Advisory

When I was living in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia conversations between people often happened over a coffee ceremony that involved sitting and talking while the host had coffee ...
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