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Mandell Speaker Series Presents Author Dana Goldstein    
"Factors Effecting Outcomes in Education"
Speaker Dana Goldstein, author of The Teacher Wars
Wednesday, December 3
Sam Katel '15 awarded the 2014 Michael Perelstein Memorial Scholarship Fund Grand Prize    
On Saturday, November 8 at the NYC Ed Tech Family Day A’Fair, Eighth Grade student Sam Katel '15 was awarded the grand prize of $5,000 in the Discover Your Passion competition to develop a prototype therapy device for autistic children.
Parents as Curriculum Partners    
By Nicole Arndt, Director of Literacy and Learning Services
Designing curricula is a behind-the-scenes process involving many hours of summer planning, research of programs, collaborative teacher meetings, and curriculum mapping. Our goal is to create academically rigorous curriculum that is inviting and engaging for our students, as well as to insure a cohesive scope and sequence, both vertically and horizontally.
Marvel's Marvelous New Superhero: Sapheara    
In an effort to educate children and the public about hearing loss, Dr. Ronald Hoffman and his team at the Children's Hearing Institute along with the Children's Hearing Institute in New York were able to partner with a division of Marvel Comics to create a hearing-impaired superhero named Sapheara.

Second Grader Brendan and his sister Kate (Kindergarten) both had their cochlear implant surgeries at the Ear Institute at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai Hospital. Brendan and Kate attended the launch party for the new comic book last month.
Mandell Welcomes Children’s Book Author Julie Sternberg    
Our Second, Third, and Fourth Graders visited with Children’s Book Author Julie Sternberg as she shared what inspired her to become an author and her writing process.
Mandell's Annual Multicultural Fest!    
Mandell's Annual Multicultural Fest was a huge success! Students, parents, faculty and friends gathered together to celebrate cultures from around the world.
Experience Innovative Learning in Action at The Mandell School    
By Jennifer Kelly Geddes
 
Catch Mandell in NY Family Magazine's November issue! The magazine will be available November 1 but you can read the article here first.
Congratulations to Sam Katel '15 - Grand Prize Winner of "Discover Your Passion" Competition!    
Sam Katel '15 will receive $5000 to fund a prototype of her Autisuit, a therapeutic garment designed to support the development of children with autism.
Our Open Doors    
It has been a very busy and exciting start of the school year, and Mandell students and faculty have hit the ground running! We have hosted multiple sets of visitors, all of whom have left with a strong and positive sense of how we put our mission into action.
The Journey of Teaching    
By Nicole Arndt, Director of Literacy and Learning Services
The mark of a great teacher is their engagement within a variety of professional learning communities. A great teacher is one who strives to master their content knowledge, understands that pedagogy is dynamic in nature, and embraces a reflective practice. Whether it's exploring ways to infuse technology by following an educational blog, or mastering your core subject by observing a fellow colleague; learning alongside other teachers within a professional learning community can transform one’s teaching in a multitude of ways.

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