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In lieu of in-person college visits, Wildwood's College Counseling department is connecting alumni with current students to to help guide their college research and decision-making process.
As we process the loss of beloved springtime traditions and adjust to this new normal, Landis chatted with school counselors Chris McKenna and Alex Stern (Loewy) on how to cope and find the silver linings during this increased time at home.
Upper school Humanities teacher Holli Plummer recently spoke with Molly Wood, host of American Public Media's "Marketplace Tech," to discuss some of the challenges and solutions teachers have been implementing for students in a distributed learning environment.
Landis checked in with Amy Abrams, director of college counseling and alumni relations, and David Jones, assistant director of college counseling, on how the remote learning environment has affected the college counseling processes and influenced students' criteria for selecting a college or university.
As remote learning resumed after spring break, Head of School Landis Green updated the school community about the work being done to cultivate success for students, faculty, and parents.
As we prepared to return to virtual classrooms after spring break, Landis checked in with technology coaches Maddie Bradshaw and Nicholas Smith, as well as Jenn Spellman, director of upper school, on how they are incorporating technology into Wildwood's progressive model and fostering connections between students and teachers.
Wildwood's Outreach Center is leading the conversation to share best practices for engaging students in a remote learning environment. During spring break, the Outreach Center virtually hosted more than 200 educators from schools across the globe.
The Wildwood Institute for STEM Research and Development (WISRD) has been hard at work using 3D printing technology to provide healthcare workers with personal protective equipment (PPE).
At the midpoint of our second week of remote learning, Landis checked in with Sarah Simon, assistant director of elementary school, and Jaimi Boehm, assistant director for middle and upper school, for their observations on what we're learning so far.
In this Wildwood Community Blog, Associate Head of School Lori Strauss shared her reflection on parenting in the time of COVID-19.
Head of School Landis Green addressed the Wildwood Community during the first week of remote learning.
Winter evenings showcased the work of elementary students in performing arts, science, and visual arts.

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