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Middle and Upper School History Teacher Gathering 

March 30, 2017

9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Severn School


Severn School welcomes Middle and Upper School Social Studies and History teachers for a day of sharing. We'll begin with a presentation by our Librarian on how she and her team work with history teachers on research skills and projects. After that, we'll move into discussions on how various schools handle curricular focus for each grade, how they deal with current events, how they use technology, and any other pertinent topics for Social Studies and History teachers.

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Learning to Lead 


March 30, 2017

8:30 AM to 2:30 PM
Gilman School


When your students hear the word "leader" do they think of themselves? If not, they should. The world needs leaders of all backgrounds, personality types, and passions.

Join us for the fourth annual AIMS Learning to Lead Workshop where we will explore the topic of inclusive leadership. Learn how to demystify the concept of leadership, teach students to recognize the leader in themselves, and create a positive and diverse leadership culture in your school. We welcome teachers, administrators, and staff who work with children in Kindergarten through 12th grade.

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Blended Learning Lab 


April 7, 2017

10:00 AM to 2:0 PM
Holton-Arms School


The 7th annual Blended Learning Lab at Holton-Arms will provide participants with the tools and understanding necessary to implement blended learning right away. We will explore redefinition considerations for blending a lesson, veterans will share their lessons learned, and Hands-On activities will allow participants to get a head-start on their own blended-learning initiatives. Participants will leave this lab not only with a new blended learning toolkit, but with a network of peers who share an interest in the topic

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AIMS Insights

AIMS Insights is designed to inform members about interesting and exciting events in the AIMS community, and to highlight member school successes. Our goal is to build community and better communicate the value of independent schools, and the importance of the process of accreditation. In each issue, we also profile a new school leader in a series entitled Seven Questions With....This time, our profile is with Rabbi Mitchel Malkus, Head of School at Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School. Read the current issue, and see the archives here.


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