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From Bangkok to the Inland Empire: The Wildwood Way Influences Teaching and Learning
September 7, 2016
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“Good schooling is built on the oldest idea around: you learn by the company you keep.” ~ Deborah Meier, Founder Central Park East School & Professor, NYU Steinhardt School of Education   When students and teachers keep good company together the benefits are clear for all—higher academic achievement for kids and higher job satisfaction for adults. It’s […]
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Planting Seeds Across the Atlantic– Wildwood Goes to London
March 22, 2012
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I traveled alone, but I took Wildwood with me. Last week I had the opportunity to take the best of Wildwood and its advisory program to coach the middle school faculty at The American School in London (ASL). For years, Wildwood School has been nationally recognized for defining educational best practices with our advisory programs […]
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Wildwood goes to Mexico
January 26, 2012
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This week, I found myself in some very unfamiliar classrooms. I took Wildwood’s Outreach Center on the road to the American School Foundation in Mexico City, where they had requested a tune-up for their upper school advisory program. The American School Foundation (ASF) is a K-12 school in the heart of the city, and I […]