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Growth Mindset in the Red Class

A primary purpose of Pluralism in Education is To educate every PS1 student in the way that works best for them. One way all Clusters at PS1 facilitate this is to investigate the notion of Growth Mindset. Learning about Growth Mindset helps students develop resilience and a strong sense of self as they face challenges and adversity.

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PS1 Presents Dolly Klock: Taking Care of Ourselves and Our Kids During Tumultuous Times on Nov. 17


Parents, Alumni Parents, Friends: Join us on November 17 @ 5:30 PM

Back by popular demand! Dolly Klock has been a favorite speaker the past few years at PS1 and we are honored to have her join us again.

This workshop will help parents recognize the difference between moodiness and mood disorders, and provide tools for making room for kids' big feelings while regulating our own adult emotions in the process.

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Parenting Through the Election
There is no doubt that the election will stir big feelings...both nationally and perhaps in your own household. How do we guide our children in conversation about the election through the lens of empathy, caring and inclusion? Here are 5 SEL (social-emotional learning) tools for parenting through the election... A message from Genevieve to the parent community...
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Civil Discourse: How the Olders Cluster is Studying the Election

This fall, Olders students began an in-depth study of the presidential election process. While learning the history and evolution of how the Executive Branch was established, students are currently running their own simulated campaigns. Using Storypath (an instructional strategy for teaching), the Teaching Tolerance curriculum, as well as additional resources, the Olders Cluster emphasizes civil discourse in their course of study.

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