Guest Blogger Véronique Merckling: Cohn Campus Students Become Computer Programmers for an Hour

3rd-5th grade students listen to instructions prior to using an "Angry Birds" app on their iPads to learn how to program.
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The Essence of an “E” in Early Years and Elementary School

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Why Are We Photocopy Free? Eco Sensibility and the Development of the Whole Child

Four times a year, photocopy free week on Cowper Campus gives students the opportunity to explore the world around them in new ways. The week is always a great learning experience for students and teachers alike.

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Guest Blogger: Kammie B. Brings Innovative Flipped Teaching to 7th Grade Pre-Algebra

“I think your flipped teaching style is very helpful because then when we are in class we can talk more about our questions,” – Gaby M., 7th grade Pre-Algebra student.

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Arts Night 2013: An Extraordinary Evening!

The weeks leading up to Arts Night go by in a hectic blur for everyone involved in pulling off this school-wide event. Transforming Cohn Campus into an art gallery, preparing and serving food for 800 people, and making sure the night runs...

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ISTP Judo Club: Lessons in Sportsmanship at Palo Alto Judo Tournament

Nathan proudly displays his 2nd place win from the Palo Alto Judo Tournament.
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