Monthly Archives: October 2017

31 Oct, 2017

VLOG #12: Student-Teacher Rapport

2017-10-31T12:47:18-05:00

 This VLOG is a discussion of student-teacher rapport in the classroom. We will delve into what research says about how student-teacher rapport impacts student success and share some tips on how teachers can gain and maintain rapport with students. https://youtu.be/Lvn77YBD3Ko?list=PLWrEKET0tyHJ_sNqgIhcNc97WCh3Ts-eM

VLOG #12: Student-Teacher Rapport 2017-10-31T12:47:18-05:00
20 Oct, 2017

Why Private School is Ideal for Dedicated Athletes and Artists

2017-10-20T14:14:54-05:00

If you have an incredibly dedicated young athlete or artist in your home, you may find yourself worrying about their academic learning. After all, while sports and the arts are both wonderful and important parts of our culture, they are not all a person needs to succeed in life. Unfortunately for those children who do [...]

Why Private School is Ideal for Dedicated Athletes and Artists 2017-10-20T14:14:54-05:00
16 Oct, 2017

2017 Private School Preview

2017-10-16T14:09:34-05:00

We would like to thank everyone who came by our booth yesterday as part of this year's Private School Preview.  As part of stopping by our booth, you have been added to our bi-weekly Tenney News email.  The best way to understand our academic program is to see it in person.  You can schedule a school [...]

2017 Private School Preview 2017-10-16T14:09:34-05:00
14 Oct, 2017

4 Reasons to Choose a School That Uses Customized Curriculum

2017-10-14T12:32:51-05:00

One of the biggest advantages of opting for a smaller, private school for your child is the opportunity to create a customized curriculum for your son or daughter. By now you probably already know that using the same type of curriculum for every child in a classroom does not benefit every child. Everyone has a [...]

4 Reasons to Choose a School That Uses Customized Curriculum 2017-10-14T12:32:51-05:00
10 Oct, 2017

After Harvey: Balancing a Classroom with Displaced and Nondisplaced Students

2017-10-10T10:37:42-05:00

It's no secret that Houston is in a state of recovery. Following the floods brought on by Hurricane Harvey, many found themselves homeless. Others breathed a sigh of relief as their home and possessions were spared. Now, with a new school year underway, many teachers are finding themselves with classrooms that both affected and unaffected students. This presents [...]

After Harvey: Balancing a Classroom with Displaced and Nondisplaced Students 2017-10-10T10:37:42-05:00
7 Oct, 2017

3 Ways Private School Can Reduce Stress

2017-10-07T11:57:18-05:00

Stress is a serious problem for a number of middle school and high school students today. Increased academic pressure, along with large amounts of bullying, enormous class sizes, and lack of support for students, all come together to create highly stressful situations for some of the youngest members of our society. Obviously, this is an [...]

3 Ways Private School Can Reduce Stress 2017-10-07T11:57:18-05:00