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Neglectful teaching threatens the success of youth

Neglectful teaching threatens the success of youth

Shayna Yurovitsky, Staff Writer

February 2, 2019


Filed under Features

For a student to be genuinely passionate about a subject in school is a rare and beautiful thing which is often impacted by teachers.  Getting a teacher that can connect well with students while effectively educating can be a blessing in an otherwise stress-filled school day. Being able to seek ...

Teaching runs in Robeck’s family

Teaching runs in Robeck’s family

Lizzy Doctorov, Staff Writer

March 18, 2014


Filed under Staff Bios

For Laura Robeck, teaching and family are tightly intertwined. Robeck made the decision to be a teacher at a young age because of the influence of her family. Many women in her family became teachers and the idea stuck with her. She considered entering other fields briefly, especially during high schoo...

Tsuchiyama enjoys teaching and gaming

Tsuchiyama enjoys teaching and gaming

Lizzy Doctorov, Staff Writer

February 19, 2014


Filed under Campus, Staff Bios

Call of Duty, Far Cry 3, The Last of Us, and God of War are only some of the video games that Robert Tsuchiyama enjoys playing in his down time. Tsuchiyama’s career as a math teacher is the result of his desire to assist his classmate and friends in college. Tsuchiyama said, “In college, I spent m...

Flipping the classroom: the new teaching technique

Flipping the classroom: the new teaching technique

September 21, 2012


Filed under As seen in print

Teachers at Carlmont are trying a new style of teaching called “flipping the classroom” that allows more time in class for school work. “Flipping the classroom” means students watch pre-recorded videos of the teacher doing lecture at home, so at school the “homework” portion can be done...

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