TKG LEARN: Summer Camps with TKG
TKG is now offering Summer Programs, aligned with our School mission & values, for our students and… [more]
“From Under Our Big Tree” Weekly Newsletter-Acorns: Week #21 (5 to 7 class)
“Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes.” ― Mahatma… [more]
TKG KNOW: Find Subirdia!
Environmental Stewardship is one of our core values and this article appeared in a recent parent newsletter… [more]
“From Under Our Big Tree” Weekly Newsletter-Redwoods: Week #20 (9 to 11 class)
“Healthy curiosity is a great key in innovation.” ― Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha Innovation Adventures… [more]
TKG LISTEN: We Can Vastly Improve Education by Teaching This One Skill
This resource appeared in a recent newsletter to help parents continue their connection to the constructivist… [more]
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TKG is now offering Summer Programs, aligned with our School mission & values, for our students and our greater community. Enrollment at TKG is not necessary to participate. The following camps are available this Summer, 2016: SUMMER FIELD DAYS Powered by Eventbrite Nature Week: TKG’s Environmental Stewards Camp July18-22 Powered by Eventbrite Still to be […]
“Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes.” ― Mahatma Gandhi We are Explorers As mathematicians we have been working on “Rainbow to Ten” and finding all the number combinations that make ten. Through art, games, and fun hands-on activities we are starting to see the patterns and memorize […]
Environmental Stewardship is one of our core values and this article appeared in a recent parent newsletter to help support our commitment to nature: Finding Subirdia Unfortunately, when many of us think about nature, we imagine a pristine preserve far from our neighborhood. This disconnection to nature is one of the main reasons for our […]
“Healthy curiosity is a great key in innovation.” ― Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha Innovation Adventures on the Horizon We have been doing a lot of thinking about Social Justice, one of our school values, as it relates to the establishment of the United States, the Civil rights movement and in current events, with a focus on the upcoming election. As […]
This resource appeared in a recent newsletter to help parents continue their connection to the constructivist mode of learning. ‘A Holy Curiosity’: We Can Vastly Improve Education By Teaching This One Skill If questions are essential for learning and discovery, why aren’t more schools deliberately teaching the skill of question formulation? At TKG, questions are […]
Weekly Newsletter #19 – 7 to 9 Class “The capacity to reflect on one’s own strength and weaknesses, to learn from constructive criticism, and to practice critical reflection by monitoring one’s own work performance and interpersonal interactions is essential to the ability to learn from experience and is the cornerstone of the journey to becoming a […]