This fall all World History I students learned about Babylonian astronomy, its significance in antiquity, and its foundational impact.Read More
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I was born in the United States but moved to Japan with my family when I was four and my brother just one. My parents, both teachers, received an unexpected opportunity to live and work there, and decided to jump at the chance.Read More
In Precalculus this fall, we have been looking at some unexpected and subtle consequences of the Pythagorean Theorem and of the basic definitions of the sine and cosine functions.Read More
Many first and second year students visited Peterborough’s Mariposa Museum to view the Tibetan sand mandala displayRead More
If the point of professional development is to inspire teachers and fill them to the brim with so many swirling, trembling, and creative ideas that their brains overheat, then this conference hit the mark!Read More