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5 Strategies for Evaluating Psychology Summer Camps

Whether your teen is thinking of majoring in psychology in college, planning a psychology-based career, or is simply fascinated by the human mind (and who isn’t?), academic summer camps are among the best opportunities to explore the field. Thanks to modern technology and the dedicated efforts of...

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Community is Key to Building Confidence

If you’ve ever met someone who spent their summers at sleep-away camp, you’ve likely heard all about how it was there that they forged the most influential friendships of their lives. Hard to believe, when you consider that summer is a relatively short time frame in the scope of a child’s life.


EXPLO at Wheaton: Watch the 2019 Online Info Meeting

On Monday, March 25, 2019 we live-streamed an info meeting about EXPLO at Wheaton hosted by Director of Admission, Tim Watson, Head of Programs, David Torcoletti, and Director of Teaching + Learning, Kristi Jacobi. 


Planning Summer Break: Making the Most of Your Kids' Summer

 

Planning your child's summer can be a daunting task. Whether it's scheduling daily childcare, keeping their skills sharp, or fitting in the family vacation, summer is a puzzle that many parents tell us they struggle to put together. And for most of them, the goal is the same: to...


Embracing The Art of Feedback with J.D. Schramm, Ed.D. | Weekly Edventure #12

For top performing companies, CEO’s, educators, even students, terms like “continued improvement” or “growth mindset” aren’t just showy catchphrases. They're the essence of a lifelong learner, where feedback is at its core. The life benefits of specific, meaningful, and ongoing feedback allow us...


EXPLO at Wellesley: Watch the 2019 Online Info Meeting

On Monday, March 18, 2019 we live-streamed an info meeting about EXPLO at Wellesley hosted by Director of Admission, Tim Watson, and Head of Programs, Elliot Targum, and Registrar, Ariel French.