…in the midst of juggling working from home and keeping the normal household functioning, parents are now putting in long hours trying to help their children over the hurdles of learning outside of the classroom. Here’s the good news. You are still the PARENT! The teachers at Master’s are still the TEACHERS. Your role is what has always been – to teach what we call the “soft skills of life”.
Coordinator of Research and Development
Articles by Doreen Grey
Top Performing Results Happen When Teachers and Students are Empowered to Own The Classroom Together
“Top performing results happen, not only when we aim towards owning the classroom together, but also when students feel that their work is valued. Every day, all around the world, students are asked to do or make or create. When the end products are shared with authentic audiences, students see the value of their work.”
At Master’s, we ended the year with a simulated shark tank experience where adrenaline was flowing, risks were being taken, the outcome seemed uncertain and our futures hung in the balance.
Students now, and in the future, will be facing the demanding challenge of being able to stand out in the crowd. At Master’s, we give our students the best chance to land the careers that will bring personal joy and satisfaction. Let’s help them stand out in the crowd!
We know that structures for both ownership and empowerment have to be in place to allow students into the learning journey. Seems clear enough! But is it clear enough?
It’s that time of the year again! Just when we are getting accustomed to our world being green, we see that first yellow leaf show up on the poplar trees. Hold on to every day of summer you have left, but when thoughts begin turning to school, be ready with some anxiety reducing strategies. With
So what are we going to do today? The question of the long days of summer! Here’s a story memory from our early days at Master’s Academy and College. It is about a grade five student who had a summer birthday and could not make up his mind on whether he would host a party
At the end of the race, we like to hear cheers! Good starts need great endings and successful endings lead to strong starts. “We seek endings, even as we clamor for more, too. It’s the bow and the falling curtain at the end of the play. We need that, and deep down we know it,