Regular school timetables help to structure a student’s day and separate their “school work” time from “play” time, but that routine breaks down when they are required to learn from home. Many children lack the discipline and motivation to self-regulate and maintain th...

In a world where nearly every question one might ask can be answered with, “Hey Siri”, it’s more important than ever that we teach students how to think critically.  This is why so much of Learning Extension services at THS focus on developing this skill in various cap...

I have treasured books ever since my own childhood library visits when my mother used to take my brother and I to the local library every single Wednesday afternoon. I would look forward to swapping the six books I had checked out the previous week for six fresh new st...

We’ve all heard the phrase, “curiosity killed the cat” which is a little unfair for the poor cat. Science teachers like myself at THS think that curiosity is a very good thing indeed. Rather than be the information source imparting facts to our students during class ti...

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