A comprehensive view of what makes a good student includes measuring their growth over a school year in factors both measurable and unmeasurable.
It is fascinating to see how a simple SEL (social-emotional learning) tool can create a powerful impact on young learners’ minds.
An explanation with resources of some very common science misconceptions and guidance for teachers and parents surrounding proper terminology and ideas.
PreK teacher Andrea Davis on her experience coaching Differentiated Instruction in Harvard's Graduate School of Education summer course.
A new teacher, a new classroom, new classmates, or a new school are big adjustments for children. Here are some ideas to help them (and YOU) start the new school year right.
Students at TASIS Portugal learn and develop their social-emotional skills during general classroom instruction, through leadership and service opportunities, during assemblies where students are recognized for their demonstration of the TASIS Portugal ideals, and every day in our SEL classes.
In the Early Learning Center, teachers give regular feedback and encouragement and set goals for their students, but it is also important that even our youngest students reflect on their achievements and acknowledge areas in which they could improve.
At TASIS Portugal, we aim to cultivate a safe, caring, and positive learning environment for all students. Through the integration of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) and the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) frameworks, students are provided with the recognition and tools they need to thrive as confident lifelong learners.
As founding faculty and families at TASIS Portugal, we have a unique opportunity to build a healthy community from the beginning. Creating a healthy and respectful school culture is easiest when it is intentionally created at the start of the relationship.