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Christie Atkins - Faculty


8 Times a Darlington Teacher Made Learning Matter
February 7, 2017
When we talk with our students (and alumni!) about what makes Darlington such a special place, the answer is always the same: it’s the teachers. And more than that, it’s our exceptionally accessible and encouraging teachers (and coaches, duty staff and more).
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Professional Development Spotlight: Apple Vanguard Training
September 28, 2016
Ten faculty members will earn their Apple Vanguard Certifications during the 2016-17 school year.
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Outstanding students, faculty recognized at Honors Day, Commencement
May 14, 2016
Upper School students and faculty were recognized at Honors Day on May 13, in Morris Chapel, and at Commencement on May 14.
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Let’s Go Fly a Kite: Lessons in Honors Geometry
April 25, 2016
Most of my Geometry students are surprised to learn that a kite is actually a type of quadrilateral, a four-sided figure such as a rectangle, rhombus or trapezoid. This year, we shaped an interdisciplinary project around kite construction and ideas of the aerodynamics of flight.
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Teaching Persistence
December 15, 2015
In a world where individuals seek instant gratification, parents and teachers must partner together to teach our students that accepting an academic challenge and seeing it through to a successful conclusion has great merit.
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8 Times a Darlington Teacher Made Learning Matter
February 7, 2017
When we talk with our students (and alumni!) about what makes Darlington such a special place, the answer is always the same: it’s the teachers. And more than that, it’s our exceptionally accessible and encouraging teachers (and coaches, duty staff and more).
Read More
Professional Development Spotlight: Apple Vanguard Training
September 28, 2016
Ten faculty members will earn their Apple Vanguard Certifications during the 2016-17 school year.
Read More
Outstanding students, faculty recognized at Honors Day, Commencement
May 14, 2016
Upper School students and faculty were recognized at Honors Day on May 13, in Morris Chapel, and at Commencement on May 14.
Read More
Let’s Go Fly a Kite: Lessons in Honors Geometry
April 25, 2016
Most of my Geometry students are surprised to learn that a kite is actually a type of quadrilateral, a four-sided figure such as a rectangle, rhombus or trapezoid. This year, we shaped an interdisciplinary project around kite construction and ideas of the aerodynamics of flight.
Read More
Teaching Persistence
December 15, 2015
In a world where individuals seek instant gratification, parents and teachers must partner together to teach our students that accepting an academic challenge and seeing it through to a successful conclusion has great merit.
Read More