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Northshore September 2015

Northshore magazine showcases the best that the North Shore of Boston, MA has to offer.

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132 | SEPTEMBER 2015 132 November 2012 PUT SOME CHILL IN YOUR GRILL Please Drink Responsibly If it tastes good in your glass, it will probably taste great in your marinade. And when you're feeling creative, The New Hampshire Liquor and Wine Outlets stock thousands of potential ingredients to experiment with. Stop by any of our 78 convenient locations throughout the state for outstanding selection, legendary prices, and no sales tax. 132 in-depth PLACES ers and educators who believe that the qualities that matter most have more to do with character. Learn- ing is hard, Rachlin says, whether tackling a complex mathematical proof, preparing for a piano recital, or perfecting a jump shot in basketball. An instructor in history and social science, he has attempted to reframe "the way that young people think about challenge and struggle" in the achievement-focused culture of high school. His "I Can't Do That...Yet: Cultivating a Learn- ing Disposition" program encourages reflection on process, motivation, persistence, and focus rather than outcome. "It's not that we want kids to think about process instead of outcome, but rather…by provid- Institute fellow Noah Rachlin teaches history and social science. Photographs by Sarah Jordan McCaffery

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