Category Archives: study skills

The Studies Show Podcast Series–Season 2!

We are happy to be back with Season 2 of “The Studies Show,” Nobles’ first monthly podcast series. The idea for “The Studies Show” came out of the fact that on an almost daily basis we’d read or hear about … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts On Social Media Use by Jen Hamilton, School Psychologist

In recent months, I have observed an increased use of social media (Instagram and Snapchat have skyrocketed!) Some kids are talking with me about connecting with other kids that they don’t know to offer (and seek) support when they are … Continue reading

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The Studies Show: To-Do Lists in the Digital Age and the Death of the Assignment Notebook

“The Studies Show” is a podcast series hosted by Noble and Greenough School Learning Specialists Gia Batty and Sara Masucci. Through this series, the two hope to share information about some of the research they have come across in their work. Visit http://www.nobles.edu/podcasts to access all … Continue reading

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The Studies Show: Study Spaces

“The Studies Show” is a podcast series hosted by Nobles Learning Specialists Gia Batty and Sara Masucci. Through this series, the two hope to share information about some of the research they have come across in their work. Click here … Continue reading

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What Teenagers Really Need

JoAnn Deak, adolescent development specialist, spent Oct. 17, 2012, at Nobles speaking with students, faculty and parents. Deak specializes in brain research and helped students understand what factors contribute to optimal brain function and growth. “Your brain is growing tremendously,” … Continue reading

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Back to School Tips from Gia Batty, Learning Specialist

Today marks the official start to the academic school year, and while all of us (teachers, parents and students) may feel differently about returning to Nobles after such a wonderfully long break, I know we all have one thing in … Continue reading

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