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NEWS- The unspoken problem: discrepancies throughout the curriculum

Through collaboration teachers, administrators hope to minimize discrepancies between classes Find the opinion article regarding the issue here. Brian Harward staff writer AJ Wolken staff writer Students don’t always know what they are getting in a teacher. Different teachers come with their own teaching techniques, assignments and assessments. Administration hopes to address this issue by […]

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Teachers play music in classroom, encourage positive environment

Natasha Dardashti staff writer There are a few ways to spend time in class before the bell rings. Some teachers prefer students sit in silence, others don’t mind them talking to classmates and friends. But some teachers like to add a different kind of energy to the room: music. English teacher Steven Rubenstein began playing […]

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Faculty changes made for next year

Guy Ginsberg co-editor in chief Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer Evan Minniti staff writer The sweeping changes that Beverly will face next year doesn’t stop with the construction nor the bell schedule, but will be seen through personnel changes as well. Many teachers and faculty members will not be returning next year, and faces from “We were over-staffed. […]

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Behind the scenes of staff development days

Lauren Hannani staff writer While students were enjoying their day off this Monday, teachers from all over the district were spending time at Beverly doing some learning of their own in order to improve their classroom skills. From kindergarten to 12th grade, all teachers united in their departments and grade levels to share and collaborate […]

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Renee Cobb’s ‘master planner’ benefits Beverly

Veronica Pahomova staff writer Max Yera staff writer When stepping into Renee Cobb’s House A office, one cannot help but notice that there is not one article of stationary out of place. The pens are neatly arranged in their holders and the notes and papers are all almost equidistant. The true treasure, however, is bestowed […]

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Pop Quiz Pandemonium: Are pop quizzes really that effective?

Michelle Banayan, news editor “Okay students, clear your desks.  We are having a pop quiz!” The pop quiz: for students, it’s their worst nightmare. For teachers, it’s an age-old technique; one intended to keep their pupils on their toes and make sure they are completing all of their assignments. After all, if students are doing […]

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