Never mind how well spoken you might be now, you will never again be as adept with languages as the day you were born. Indeed, the youngest person in any room is almost always the best linguist there too. Read more
TIMES.com | Article by Jeffrey Kluger
Learning to speak was the most remarkable thing you ever did. It wasn’t just the 50,000 words you had to master to become fluent or the fact that for the first six years of your life you learned about three new words per day. Read more
TIMES.com | by Jeffrey Kluger
The Intramural Basketball Program began in January and has been very successful. This winter activity has one 10-week session where students meet one day per week in the gym until 5pm. Participants learn and practice their skills, improve their techniques, and compete in games against one another – a nice blend of work and FUN!
Le premier club sportif de basket-ball a commencé en Janvier et est une belle réussite. Cette activité proposée en hiver se déroule sur 10 semaines durant lesquelles les élèves se réunissent une fois par semaine dans le gymnase jusqu’à 17h. Les participants apprennent et développent leurs compétences, améliorent leurs techniques et font des matchs entre eux – un agréable mélange de travail et de plaisir!
Nurture. Structure. Latitude.
These were simple, yet powerful, parenting principles Robert Evans, a noted clinical psychologist and a child and family therapist for years, shared with parents who attended his talk at the French American School of Princeton on Tuesday, December 8, 2015. Parents, school faculty and board members from FASP, as well as from the Princeton community, gathered to listen to Rob’s realistic and common-sense approach to parenting during these challenging times.
“As the pace of life accelerates and as the future grows less predictable, parents find it more challenging to raise children of character, caring, and competence,” said Corinne Güngör, Head of the French American School of Princeton. “Rob’s practical advice on focusing on our strengths as parents was very well-received by many parents. This is quite timely, as many of us are constantly re-evaluating the parenting strategies we use in this day and age of digital distractions and societal pressures.”
About Robert Evans
Clinical psychologist Robert J. Evans, Ed.D., is a Princeton University alumni, where he pursued his undergraduate degree. He also has a doctorate degree from Harvard University. He has consulted to over 1,700 schools around the country.