We are excited to share the third blog in our series, UPrep Leaders to Learn From, featuring a conversation with Debbie Playter, Executive and Board Assistant, and one of the longest tenured employees at UPrep.
Blog posts by members of the University Prep Community
My position at UPrep is as a full-time coach, but I still see the role as a partner teacher, and draw on my past teaching experiences to ground my work. As an instructional coach, my goal is to support teachers on their own learning paths and trajectories.
We are excited to share the second blog in our new series, UPrep Leaders to Learn From, featuring a conversation with Mikayla Patella-Buckley, an Upper School chemistry teacher.
Our goals for this new program are to have students engage in interdisciplinary and experiential learning to broaden their perspectives, explore the larger community of Seattle, and develop new and deeper social connections with peers and teachers.
This is the third year that I’ve taught a U.S. History course on War and Peace to juniors, and each year they have coordinated UPrep’s Veterans Day Assembly. Here is why I love this project.
So far, 66% of families have participated to the Puma Fund. We are in the final stretch of the campaign, with just a few days to go, and if you haven’t given yet, we need your help!
We are excited to kick-off our new blog series, UPrep Leaders to Learn From, featuring a conversation with Susie Wu, Director of the Middle School.
A learning disabilities specialist and owner of KinderMinds, Elizabeth Smith will speak at UPrep on diagnostic evaluation and the delicate balance of student accommodations and intervention for neurodiverse learners.