Distinguishing aspects of the Dana Hall experience

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As the graduation tent rental company loads their final truckload of equipment from the Shipley Field and the campus Pond has gained one penny per recently graduated Dana Hall student, I open my computer to the master calendar of the Forum Program that the Health & Wellness Committee oversees at Continue reading Distinguishing aspects of the Dana Hall experience

To Be Appreciated: Working with Introverted Students

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What I love most about teaching is nourishing the idiosyncratic, impressive, and/or hidden talents in my students. And I love how students show that they want these talents to be noticed: they walk into class emphatically humming Mozart, or they leave elaborate drawings in the margins of their tests, or Continue reading To Be Appreciated: Working with Introverted Students