XPerts Talk: Webinar Series

XPerts Talk

Webinar Series

Join our expert faculty as they share information along with plenty of tips for parents. We hope you’ll join us!

Math Support and Acceleration - Meeting the Needs of All Learners.

Wednesday, December 6, 12:00-1:00 pm
Every student has different needs in math. Some might need intervention and strategies to support growth, others might need acceleration to above grade level courses. And some might have a preconceived notion along with anxiety that they're just 'bad at math'. Learn more about our math curriculum and how our expert teachers understand each student’s math strengths and challenges, and ensure their instruction in math is tailored.

Presentation lead by:
Katie Peters, Lower School Math Specialist
Robyn Wise, Grade 8 Math Teacher
Solenne Abaziou, Math Department Chair

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Is Your Child Surviving or Thriving? Executive Functioning Matters.

Monday, January 8, 12:00-1:00 pm
Deficits in executive functioning skills impact students across all academic subjects, and without explicit instruction at school and support from home, students will struggle. Although the frontal lobe of the brain that controls executive functioning skills isn't fully developed until age 25, there are plenty of strategies, techniques, and tools that can assist children. Our teachers embed executive functioning instruction in the classroom as they teach students to be successful in managing their space, ideas, and time. Listen in as our experts discuss the most common challenges with executive functioning and the ways they address them.

Presentation lead by:
Michelle Fitzgerald, Lower School Learning Services Coordinator
Lisa Scherphorn, Middle School Learning Services Coordinator
Julia Painton, Upper School Learning Services Coordinator

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