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Multisensory Adventures in World History

Posted by TNCS on January 9, 2017

The following article, written by Carolyn Latta, was included in the December 2016 Virginia Association of Independent Schools (VAIS) Vision e-magazine. Click here for a download of the full magazine….

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Math Instruction

Posted by TNCS on April 15, 2016

“When you add a positive number and a negative number together, why is the answer sometimes positive and sometimes negative?” Ask this question of several TNCS math students, and you’re…

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History Day Projects a Valuable Process

Posted by TNCS on February 24, 2016

The History Day project is a valuable process for all students who have an interest in learning more about the past and how it can empower the future. It is…

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Working With Students With Dyslexia

Posted by TNCS on November 10, 2015

A problem with labels such as “dyslexia” is an assumption that something is wrong with those who have been diagnosed. I remember the first time my dad visited TNCS and…

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