The Randolph Journey

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Mindfulness in the Classroom

When mindfulness was first introduced in my graduate school coursework, I was skeptical of its value, but I now see it as a powerful component of classroom management, ...
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10 Toys Teachers Recommend

So many toys are advertised as educational, but which ones do actual teachers recommend? We asked some of our faculty and staff, whose job title includes parent, which ...
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Managing Screen Time

As a teacher, I loved using iPads in my classroom. I planned for every single interaction my students had with them. It was always intentional, and I was confident it ...
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5 Things to Stop Saying to Toddlers

Language development occurs very rapidly during the toddler years. In fact, The American Academy of Pediatrics states that by the age of 2, most toddlers will be able to ...
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Difference-Maker: Leslie Shelor

We have a number of Randolph employees whose roles are unique to our school and whose work makes a difference to the quality of the student experience. Leslie Shelor, ...
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