Archive for January 2017

ASM: A Leader In Computer Science Instruction

January 26, 2017

ASM is a leader among schools in our nation when it comes to computer science instruction. Just eight school districts in Massachusetts have partnered with Code.org since 2013 to incorporate computer programming into their curriculum. ASM’s faculty is trained and teaches coding concepts and skills to our students in Children’s House through Middle School. In Children’s House, […]

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Upper Elementary, We’re On Our Way!

January 19, 2017

ASM’s third, fourth and fifth year students began their next-level project by reading the book “Huff and Puff” by Claudia Rueda. Familiar to most of us as “The Three Little Pigs”, this story prompted a discussion about the physical properties of building materials. This project challenges students to create a structure that can withstand tornado-force […]

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Next-Level Collaborative Projects

January 12, 2017

What will my new classroom look like? Will I like my new teachers? Will my new classmates be nice? Will my new work be too hard? In a few weeks as you make a decision about re-enrollment, you may be thinking about these questions for your child. We put great thought into supporting your children as they transition […]

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Real-World Connections

January 5, 2017

How do our students make real-world connections to their science, technology, engineering and math curriculum? One way is by experiencing authentic laboratory work at the longest-running, hands-on science lab in the United States, Biogen’s Community Lab! Upon their return to school on Tuesday, ASM’s 6th, 7th and 8th year students traveled to Cambridge to work alongside Biogen’s […]

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