Kindergarten the Wolf Way

Early school experiences have a significant impact on complex learners. Here Leah Valentine, Wolf’s Kindergarten teacher extraordinaire, explains what a difference it can make for a child when there are intensive classroom supports early on. I love it when my students are successful in math, read a sentence full of

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The Creative Individual

Last week we took the eighth grade to visit the galleries of Anthony Quinn in Bristol, RI. He is known by many as an actor, but his work as an artist, once experienced, leaves an even more distinct impression. We were greeted by his wife, Katherine, who graciously welcomed us

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Do You Believe in Magic?

1, 2, 3 Magic … Really? Who would have believed that something so simple could have such an impact? As an educator, I often think — how hard can it be to manage my own two children? After all, I’ve spent 14 years implementing a variety of positive behavior systems.

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Wolf in the News!

Check out this great article in East Bay News about the appointment of Anna Johnson as Wolf’s permanent Head of School. Congratulations Anna!  

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Spotlight on Research

At the national conference for the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), Wolf faculty members presented a Poster Session on gains made by Wolf Students in Social Thinking®. Utilizing Social Thinking concepts and curriculum developed by Michelle Garcia Winner, Wolf faculty teach students about interactions with others and how to better understand

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The Wolf School Blog is Here!

As part of rolling out our new website, we are thrilled to bring you an exciting feature – The Wolf School Blog! Here you will find stories, resources, ideas, and research from our expert team of special education instructors, speech and language pathologists and occupational therapists. We’ll also have posts

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