What if we could change feedback to more intentionally focus on a future path of learning?
Park Tudor Blogs
Park Tudor Blogs are a glimpse into the culture of Park Tudor. We’re sharing some of the things we love – whether it’s trends in education, traveling the world, connecting with our Indianapolis community, or recommendations for a good book. Check out some of our blogs and come explore with us!
Take an all-around look at student-centered education. Read the blog and subscribe to the podcast.
See how we’re connecting our classrooms to the local and global communities.
Find tips and resources for wellness – physical, mental, and emotional.
Park Tudor Head of School Gareth Vaughan shares his thoughts and plans with the community.
In part 2 with Scott Looney, we discuss the mastery transcript's affect on college admissions.
See what happens when the endless possibilities of the Art Fab Lab are mixed into the curriculum at Park Tudor.
In this episode, we interview Scott Looney and discuss the mastery transcript and how assessments can change.
What is Community Engaged Learning and why is it important to the Park Tudor academic experience?
No one has to speak, but everything that is spoken comes with the understanding that this is a safe space.
Follow these simple strategies to help boost your emotional well-being.
In Part 2 of our podcast with Glenn Whitman, we discuss making research-informed decisions to improve teaching.
Students bring their ideas forward and learn how to design, plan and prototype projects.
All children and families should have a sense of belonging and experience affirmation of their identities and cultural ways of being.
As educational research evolves on how our brains learn, we are taking steps to strengthen academics at Park Tudor.
Señor Schubert undertakes "The Camino" and brings back important lessons for his Spanish curriculum.
In this episode, we interview Glenn Whitman and discuss how neuroscience can impact teaching and learning.
Determining whether or not to seek therapy for a child can be a very confusing and overwhelming process.
Did you know the biggest part of a lesson is the first 5-10 minutes and the last 5-10 minutes?
The accreditation process continues with a visiting team set to arrive in October.
In Spanish class, students use repetition and stories that insert their own ideas in order to activate long-term memory.
If your child sustains a concussion, there are guidelines and policies in place to support your child during recovery.
The first episode of the new 360 Podcast will feature an interview with Glenn Whitman, author of Neuroteach.
As I begin my second year, I feel a sense of confidence and excitement about the future course of the school.