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Computers and technology

Blog post | Monday, August 1, 2016
The following two scenes were unfolding recently on the different ends of one of the low red tables in the playroom, around lunchtime. On the one end, close to me, Josie sat down with her tablet and a snack, joined in quick succession by Nell on one… Read more ›
Blog post | Monday, December 7, 2015
It wasn’t even an eventful day. Yet things happened that stood out, as always. First there was a relatively innocuous moment that started the day. It seems that the people who run the daily concession had found an innovative way to store some of the… Read more ›
Blog post | Monday, September 8, 2014
Welcome to the new school year. We are more excited than ever about starting school this year and about (okay, I admit it) the incredible quality of the student body. Yes, we have new and visiting students, and yes they may only make it better, but… Read more ›
Blog post | Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Twenty-thirteen was a big year for Sudbury Valley School. Last Spring, we decided to dip a toe into the social media water and soon took the plunge for real, launching an “official” Facebook page and a blog, as well as a presence on Twitter. The… Read more ›
Blog post | Monday, June 24, 2013
Conversation is a key component of any culture, of how we develop and test our understanding of the world, and it is vital to working in concert with those around us.  In 2001, Michael Greenberg presented a compelling description of the role of… Read more ›
Blog post | Tuesday, April 16, 2013
If you’ve never heard of Minecraft, I’m guessing you live under a rock. Or maybe just off the grid. Or more likely, you don’t spend much time around kids of any age. According to its maker, Mojang, Minecraft is “a game about breaking and placing… Read more ›
Blog post | Thursday, March 7, 2013
Welcome, readers, to the first post of the official Sudbury Valley School blog. Until now, we’ve relied on the usual channels to spread the word about everything from the Sudbury model of education to school news and events. But earlier this year,… Read more ›