Classroom Innovations Podcast

Welcome to "Classroom Innovations," our new podcast series that gives you an inside look at academic life at Landon. Through a series of conversations with different teacher-coach-mentors and administrators that always last less than 10 minutes, Classroom Innovations shows how different learning strategies help our boys learn best.

Episode 5: Landon Summer

The Landon Summer 2019 program is open for registration! In our fifth Classroom Innovations podcast, Director of Auxiliary Programs Jamie Simon discusses how our camp program can broaden your son's learning in the summer months.

Episode 3: Experiential Learning

In our third episode, we sit down with Mr. Case Anderson, one of Landon's Middle School English teachers and discuss how teacher-coach-mentors weave the world around us into their curricula.

Episode 1: Project Zero

In our first episode, Landon World Languages Chair Dr. Troy Prinkey discusses how Landon uses a learning approach that focuses on deep thinking, creativity, and ethics called "Project Zero."

Episode 4: Memorable Moments

In our fourth installment, we speak with two Landon teacher-coach-mentors who employ a creative teaching technique that turns a cut-and-dry lesson into a memorable moment for the boys. 

Episode 2: Flipping the Classroom

What if students could watch video lectures at home and work on homework in class alongside their teachers? Hear from two teachers implementing that teaching method at Landon.

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Flag football arrives at Landon

Landon is making changes to its athletics program to ensure the well-being of our boys and to align the structure with the school's mission following recommendations made by the Athletics Philosophy Committee.

Collaboration + creativity = art

Art teacher Megan Rains-Mercado writes in this blog post about this year's Landon Lower School art show. The show, titled "Collaborative Portraits of Prominent Members of the Civil Rights Movement," features projects that not only build the boys' creative skills but also teach them about leadership and character through a look back at transformative figures in U.S. civil rights history.