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Whether it's researching hydroponics in WISRD (Wildwood Institute for STEM Research and Development) or using applied math and science to craft a sea-worthy vessel, Wildwood students are leaders of their own learning. Read the latest Our Wildwood magazine.Back to Newsroom
UCLA's Dr. Jerry Kang Offers Lesson on Implicit Bias to Wildwood Faculty and Staff: According to Kang, Implicit Bias is Responsible for Racial and Gender Disparities that Persist in Household Income, Job Status, and a Myriad of Other MeasurementsBack to Newsroom
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Tahnee is constantly growing as a teacher and a human being. Every year, Wildwood Pod teacher Tahnee Muñoz finds “some new challenge to dive into,” such as creative ways to teach writing.
Meet Asha F. '19 and Lexi K. '20: Together They Set a New Bar and Will Leave a Legacy at Wildwood that Reflects the Foundation on Which the Athletics Program was Builtby Herb Higginbotham, Wildwood Parent
From Hulu Intern to Full Time Employee Read How Wildwood's Unique Internship Program Impacted Sarah Bales '14
Why Progressive Education Was a Good Fit for Our Family: A Conversation Between Community Members
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Head of School Landis Green shares his observations on supporting students in their college process.
One of the best ways to deepen learning is by teaching—both knowledge, and skills—to someone else. Researchers call this the protégé effect, which is essential in student learning at Wildwood.
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There is nothing like an engaging author visit to ignite the desire for story and storytelling. Read about the impact authors Ellen Oh and Jason Reynolds had on our students.
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