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“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.” – Martin Luther King, Jr. In early April, Far Brook’s youngest students–Nursery 3s, 4s, and Kindergarten–...
A windy day on campus creates a wonderful science lesson for Nursery students — how do we know it is windy if we can’t see the wind? Three- and four-year-olds students used other senses
Seeing the trees AND the forest! Far Brook’s First Grade has been out and about all year on Far Brook’s campus and in local arboreta, closely observing different types of trees, their branches, leaves, and environments as part of the First Grade’s curriculum, “Environment and Community.” Students have used these observations to inspire creative expression in their drawings, paintings, poems, stories, and, just recently, woodshop sculptures.
Far Brook’s Junior High math students are often given project-based challenges to engage them and deepen their understanding and application of geometry, algebra, and other math concepts. Studies have shown that information learned through projects (project-based learning or PBL) is better retained and applied to new situations than information learned passively through lectures.