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We live in a culture where the stereotype is of “breaking ties” as a key part of growing up and exploring the world. Young people are […]
The following was submitted by Tricia Phelps, Renaissance Adviser at Licking Valley High School in Newark, OH Over the past few months at Licking Valley High […]
Bureau Valley High School in Illiniois had a great fundraiser for Renaissance in their school – a Machine Shed Masters Tournament! The Machine Shed Masters is […]
When we look back on our years in middle school and high school, most of us remember individuals who helped us solve problems, get things done […]
Principal Cris Turner at Bonney Lake High School is well aware of the importance of attendance when it comes to student success, stating that, “We also […]
How do you give feedback that challenges students to do and be their best while also boosting, not undermining, their self-confidence and motivation? Experienced teachers […]
Many educators worry about student motivation, which typically declines as students grow up through middle school and high school. At the same time, they see the […]
The following was written by Principal Michael J. Kapolka of Chelsea High School in Michigan and was originally posted to MASSP’s blog found at www.mymassp.com. Chelsea […]
“Young people have not been well prepared for adult life today unless they are comfortable and well practiced in addressing collaboratively the kinds of problems and […]
In a typical school day, how many meaningful decisions about their role and learning do students get to make? Too often, the answer is “not many.” […]