In June I challenged our staff to think of themselves as "thought leaders," people who are constantly studying best practices, innovating, and collaborating. Dublin School has a long tradition of searching for the best approaches to help young men and women grow, learn, and develop their voices.
This summer, Math Department Chair John Adams was accepted into the prestigious Klingenstein Program at Columbia University where he worked with educators from around the world to study the latest teaching and learning methods. He was then invited to speak about 21st century American educational trends at an international conference in Beijing. This morning John sent me this great photo from his hotel. Good luck with the speech John!