In this week's column, Dr. Grauer shares some wisdom about why students may not be performing to their full potential at school.
Schools and parents need a better definition of “success” for our youth. Instead of solely measuring scholastic aptitude and achievement, we must also measure social and emotional development, moral and character development, non-cognitive skills, and student engagement.
In this week's column, Dr. Grauer shares the simple process of immersing yourself in nature and taking a walk using the Japanese process of Shinrin-yoku.
Dr. Grauer asks the question: Can we change the definition of intelligence to include a greater spiritual and ecological sensitivity? That would be a fantastic challenge for our schools.
In this week’s column, Dr. Grauer, tongue in cheek, considers the loneliness of teaching children about the sacred connectedness of all creation.
The start of a new year is the perfect time to look back and remember special people. In this week's column, Dr. Grauer remembers people who have helped him at different times in his life. Who is on your list?
Happy Holidays and winter season to all of you, in all your faiths and families. We hope you enjoy watching our Grauer Holiday video!
Optimism and gratitude are great considerations for this holiday season. What are our students and faculty grateful for? Dr. Grauer would like to share some of their gratitude with you in this week's column.
This week, Dr. Grauer describes his brother's journey to becoming a substitute teacher, and highlights the challenges that many teachers face in their classrooms today.
Dr. Grauer shares the wisdom of shamans that he learned on The Grauer School's Ecuador expedition in September, including how to heal the body and soul in this age of overprogramming.
For this week's column, Dr. Grauer has invited guest author Dana Abplanalp-Diggs, Principal of The Grauer School, to offer a peek into the day-to-day workings of high school.
Students today are chronically sleep-deprived, and yet we expect them to be able to learn and pursue their passions. Something has to give, so what’s going to give?
This week, Dr. Grauer presented a paper at the OESIS Student Wellness Conference with important information about what educators can do to combat the profound and far-reaching negative effects of climate change on their students.
We're all familiar with gossip, whether we have engaged in it ourselves or observed others gossiping. What are the harmful effects of gossip in a school community, and how can we combat the effects and prevent gossip?
We just learned that over the past half-century, North America has lost more than a quarter of its entire bird population. What can our School, or any school, do about this tragic situation?