The Studies Show: A Review of Top Dog: The Science of Winning and Losing
Nobles Learning Specialists Gia Batty and Sara Masucci review the book Top Dog: The Science of Winning and Losing by Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman.
Congrats, fall athletic teams!
Congratulations to all Nobles teams and coaches on a memorable fall season. Highlights as follows: After competing in the New England Class A Tournament with four overtimes to end in a 0–0 tie with number one seed Choate Rosemary Hall, girls varsity soccer earned the title as Class A Co-Champions. ISL co-champions girls varsity field hockey defeated New England powerhouse Greenwich Academy, 2–1.
Tracing Movement: Human Machine
In an exhibition in the Foster Gallery, an unexpected grouping of students and faculty from the visual arts, performing arts and science departments explored questions that transcend a single discipline: What is movement? How do we document it? What is choreography? Click below to watch the collective “performance."
Faculty member Tilesy Harrington loves math. More important, she loves to teach math. She has taught at Nobles for decades, and her teaching continues to evolve as she closes the door to her classroom and inspires “little mathematicians.” Watch how she does it.