The Caller: Winter 2011-12

Send by email
Catlin Gabel's alumni and community magazine

Resilience

Click the image below to open in full screen mode or read individual articles below

 

 

Want the PDF version?

Download as Adobe PDF

CONTENTS

What Makes a School Resilient?
Head of school Lark Palma on how Catlin Gabel sees change as opportunity

Resilience: How We Foster an Important Life Skill
Catlin Gabel's counselors in a roundtable on this crucial aspect of education

Resilience: Personal resiliency builders & environmental protective factors

Creating Positive Change in Our Athletes
Athletic director Sandy Luu on character-based athletics

Confidence for the College Process
College counselor Nancy Donehower on how the application process has its foundations in the classroom

Mathematics Where Students Learn by Doing
Teacher Jim Wysocki on the innovative practice of problem-based mathematics

Travel Makes You Stronger
French teacher Monique Bessette discusses the lessons learned on preparation and travel to Martinique

The Power of Growing from Experience
Will WIlson '12 learned life lessons from a tough situation

Giving a Helping Hand to First-Years
Freshman class advisors Sue Phillips and David Zonana on the Freshman Toolkit and more

Where Resiliency is Tested
Three of our alumni in the military talk about their lives in a most demanding job

Catlin Gabel News

Alumni News

Catlin Gabel's Eyrie Challenge Course
Team Building, Risk-Taking, and Discovery

An Indie Bookstore at the Heart of its Community
Brad Smith '74 left a familiar life to own Paulina Springs Books in Central Oregon

A Grove in Your Pocket
Ken Tomita '96's company hand-builds unique cases for iPhones and iPads

Focus on Giving: Why I Support Catlin Gabel

Focus on Giving: Giving Back
A new fund honors and remembers a beloved alumnus, Rick Fordyce '86

Focus on Giving: Campaign Progress Update