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May 16, 2019

Sanford School faculty members Chris Mosberg, Heather Taylor, and Brittany Elia share their thoughts about the importance of problem-solving when teaching and learning mathematics. Discover how problem-solving helps to prepare students for college and careers and why problem-solving is beneficial in other...

May 2, 2019

Sanford School faculty members Sandy Sutty, Emily Amendum, and Cecilie Coker talk about how school libraries and librarians encourage and inspire 21st-century student learning, why libraries are important, and how libraries can play an expanded role in serving school communities.

Episode Guide (22:05)

3:57 - What are...

Apr 15, 2019

Sanford School faculty members Ensign Simmons, Maria Tate, and Patrick Martin discuss how woodworking helps students develop problem-solving and other valuable skills, why woodworking is in sync with a college-prep program, and where woodworking opportunities exist outside of school settings.

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Apr 4, 2019

Sanford School faculty members Clint Williams and Jenna Knaster talk about the part that performing arts plays in education. Learn about the role of music education from preschool to high school, why the arts are important, and strategies that you can use to bring music into your children’s lives.

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Mar 7, 2019

Sanford School's Summer Enrichment Program co-directors, Eric Peoples and Scott Swope, talk about summer enrichment programs—what they are, how they benefit students, and why families should consider enrolling their children in Sanford's revamped summer enrichment program.

Episode Guide (23:52)

1:00 - What is summer...