Q&A with Sandi Wollum
Differentiated instruction -- teaching tailored to students' different learning styles and levels -- is an educational concept that has been around for decades. It is a concept that is embraced by most schools in theory -- and varying degrees of practice.
Because it is essential for gifted children to have a program designed to address their individual characteristics, needs, abilities, and interests, differentiating curriculum so that each child is appropriately challenged is at the core of Seabury School's mission.
Learn more about differentiated instruction at Seabury in this Q&A with Head of School Sandi Wollum.
Finding their peopleJoin us this Thursday, March 5, as the Seabury School Gifted Education Speaker Series proudly hosts Dr. Nancy Herzog, educational psychology professor director of the Robinson Center for Young Scholars at the University of Washington.
Dr. Herzog will speak on "Lessons From Children: Forming Friendships and Community" at 7 p.m. in Room 315 at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center. It's FREE and everyone is welcome.
Our birthday wish ...
Give Seabury a birthday gift!
This year marks the 25th year that Seabury has been inspiring the gifted students of the South Sound.
Maybe you are a parent whose child benefited from a Seabury education, or one of our alums now making your mark in the world.
25th Anniversary Bash!
Mark your calendars and join us for Seabury's 25th anniversary auction on April 25. It will be a silver celebration to remember!
We're also accepting items, services and experiences to be auctioned off that night, plus contributions to our fund-an-item.
Time for JellybeansSign ups are open for the spring session of our Saturday morning Jellybean class for 2-year-olds and young 3s. The class is a place to get a first taste of the Seabury experience. Spring session begins April 18.
SPIES, KNIGHTS&PRINCESSES, HARRY POTTER, MINECRAFT: IRL, SURVIVAL!
We're excited to announce a summer of fun, EXCITEMENT, creativity and LEARNING at Seabury School. We have FIVE adventure-packed camps planned for kindergarten through sixth grade beginning July 6, plus an awesome Junior Counselor program for middle schoolers.REGISTRATION AND MORE INFORMATION HERE
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