Monthly Archives: October 2017

Michael Moynihan, Upper School Head at The Heights, offers practical and concrete guidance on how to help your son right the academic ship when his failure is entirely within his control.
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Since 2008, more people live in cities than in rural areas. Eric Heil explains why we need exposure to nature in both the neurological benefits that it provides, and what we deprive ourselves of when we avoid it.
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This week on HeightsCast, we re-explore an interview with Eric Heil on “greentime,” and “nature deficit disorder.”
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Of all the subjects once taught in school and now abandoned, the one that probably would get the least support for revival would be penmanship. This is sad.
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Listen to part 2 of a lecture from Alvaro de Vicente on points for us to consider as we navigate through the challenges of raising boys in the current era.
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Classics teacher, Tom Cox, analyzes the works of Aristotle to gain insight into the student's job in and out of the classroom.
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This podcast features the first half of a lecture delivered by our headmaster on the topic of Raising Boys in an […]
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In Seneca's Moral Letters, he mentions advice he had gotten from his teacher, Attalus. An analysis of the Latin reveals more from Seneca on teachers.
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