Del Mar Hills Academy Quantum Learning Training

Art teacher Katie Reamer

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After the Del Mar Hills’ PTA meeting Feb. 6, a Quantum Learning parent training was held — Quantum Learning being a teaching methodology used at the school to help kids enhance both social and academic skills.

Katie Reamer, the Hills’ art teacher, started the evening with a presentation about how art is integrated with the science and social studies curriculum at the Hills.

Next, the training explored how words determine thoughts and thoughts determine actions. Fifth-grade teacher Abby Farricker spoke about she works with kids on positive self-coaching — how to shift thoughts and performances to get the most out of life. Photos/Jon Clark

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