Connecting Classroom Campus and Community

See how we’re connecting our classrooms to the local and global communities.

 

Reading Recommendations

Check out these great books recommended by Park Tudor faculty and staff.

 

Exploring Education

Explore topics of an independent school education, such as great teaching, building character for life out of the classroom, and thoughtful integration of technology.

 

Tech Tips

Tips for parents, faculty and students for using Blackboard, My Backpack and other tech tools.

 

Model UN

Follow along as Park Tudor students participate in The International Model UN Conference in The Hague and other conferences across the U.S. each year.

 

A Word on Wellness

Find tips and resources on wellness - physical, mental and emotional.

Park Tudor Blogs are a glimpse into the culture of Park Tudor. We’re sharing some of the things we love – whether it’s trends in education, traveling the world, connecting with our Indianapolis community, or recommendations for a good book. Check out some of our blogs and come explore with us!

Exploring Education

Explore topics of an independent school education, such as great teaching, building character and integrating technology.

Connecting Classroom Campus and Community

See how we’re connecting our classrooms to the local and global communities.

Model UN

Follow along as Park Tudor students participate in The International Model UN Conference in The Hague and other conferences around the U.S.

Reading Recommendations

Check out these great books recommended by Park Tudor faculty and staff.

A Word on Wellness

Find tips and resources for wellness – physical, mental, and emotional.

Tech Tips

Tips for parents, faculty and students for using Blackboard, My Backpack and other tech tools.

Recent Posts

Indianapolis Screenings of “Most Likely to Succeed”

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Year three of the Innovators Institute summer program will kick off this month with two Indianapolis screenings of “Most Likely to Succeed.” This acclaimed film offers an inspiring look at what students and teachers are capable of – if we have the vision and courage to transform our schools. Directed by acclaimed documentarian Greg Whiteley, the film has been an official…

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New Screen Time Rules from the AAP

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By Lisa Mercurio, School Psychologist Recently, the American Academy of Pediatrics came out with new guidelines regarding children’s screen time and social media usage. According to an article on cnn.com, “The academy recommends that for children 2 to 5 years of age, screen time should be limited to one hour per day. For kids ages 6 and older, parents can…

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How Can I Study Better?

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By Lisa Picha, School Psychologist, Lower School “Studying isn’t just about passing an exam, as most students look at it as. Studying is an effort to actually learn things, some of which you might actually care about. So while you’ll have to take your share of classes that have little or nothing to do with your interests, you should still…

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