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  Crosswalk Confessions
Student Life > by Julie Lucas, Friday, 11/17/2017
They say that integrity is doing what's right when no one is watching, and what I've observed during my morning crosswalk simply makes me proud.
  Get to Know: Brian Inman
Communications > by Jennifer Collins, Friday, 11/17/2017
Brian Inman has taught Upper School history at Darlington since 2002 and is also the junior class grade level chair. Students lovingly refer to him as "Binman" and his bow ties are almost as legendary as the note-taking required for his class. How well do you really know Mr. Inman? Find out in today's installment of our Get to Know series.
  Save the Date: 'Raising Gritty, Resilient Kids' on Nov. 27
Academics > by Matt Peer, Tuesday, 11/14/2017
Renowned educational psychologist, Dr. Jed Applerouth, founder and CEO of Applerouth Tutoring and Test Prep will speak to parents at 7 p.m. Nov. 27 in Thatcher Hall on “Raising Gritty, Resilient Kids.”
  Service Adventure at the Montana Blackfeet Reservation
Student Life > by Jollyoung Liu, Monday, 11/13/2017
This summer, I spent half a month on the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana with Visions Service Adventures to help the local community. The service program improved my understanding of what it means to be responsible and also taught me a lesson on how all people should be in awe of the nature.
  Darlington Technology Competition Results
Information Technology > by Beth Wardlaw, Monday, 11/13/2017
Around 217 students in third through twelfth grades participated in Darlington's Technology Competition on Nov. 6, 2017. The results are in, and we are so proud of all our students that participated!
  My Teen Maze Learning Experience
Student Life > by Grace Garlinghouse, Thursday, 11/2/2017
Last Thursday, my freshman class took a trip to the Rome Floyd County Teen Maze. The Teen Maze is a game/maze full of real-life events and the events that happen are not considered “ideal” for any high school student. Here's a recap of my experience.
  The Aesthetically Inclined Bibliophile
Library Services > by Michael Jacobs, Wednesday, 11/1/2017
My musings on book arts and my displays in the McCallie Kennedy Library.
  Teaching Difficult Topics in the Classroom
Academics > by Melissa Smyly, Monday, 10/30/2017
I have always felt that it is extremely important to teach students how to be comfortable having conversations about difficult topics, because dialogue not only answers questions, but also breaks down some of the walls that are built simply from ignorance on a topic.
  Learning Target #1: Attention States
Learning Center > by Scott Greene, Friday, 10/27/2017
I recently shared with the faculty and staff six learning target strategies that can be used in most any classroom and with most any age student. I will be blogging about each of these strategies over the coming months. The first of these strategies deals with attention states of students.





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