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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Aldine District Curriculum
Reading and writing go hand-in-hand throughout their education as educators use books to provide examples of writing essential and styles. Students learn the importance of setting and the author’s point of view, while keeping the desires of the audience in their writing. This is also done through books as they discover which authors’ works appeal to them and which do not. Through all of these lessons students are able to go out into the world and read and write according to what is desired.
The Aldine Independent School District science curriculum creates critical thinkers, while teaching the students to question the world around them. In the early years students are introduced to the broadest aspects of science, such as the seasons of the years or the introduction of different environments. Then they are encouraged to question what is beneath these generalities, so they can hypothesize and then prove what they believe. This encourages the students to be self-directed learners throughout their lives.
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Aldine District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Aldine Independent School District produce the best students by incorporating the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills and the experience of the staff. The students at Aldine Independent School District are set for the literacy and problem-solving issues that may confront them throughout the 21st century with the English curriculum provided. In the elementary program, the majority of the day is centered around Language Arts and Mathematics because of their importance to learning in all other content areas.
We currently cover the following Aldine-area school district: Aldine Independent School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Aldine Educational News
- FFA Organization - FFA, formerly the Future Farmers of America, encompasses more than farming. Today the FFA helps each member grow in the areas of leadership, personal growth and career aspirations by building on their agricultural education. Students that participate in FFA can go on to succeed in a variety of fields including veterinarian science, botany and engineering.
- Business Professionals of America - Business Professionals of America helps show students how to be the best business professionals in the future. Through reviewing skills the students already have and teaching new skills, BPA helps develop future careers in finance, management, IT and more. The students can also take these skills and compete in regional, state and national events.
- Air Force Junior Reserved Officer Training Corp - The Air Force Junior Reserved Officer Training Corp helps cadets build themselves in citizenship, service, responsibility, character and self-discipline. It also demonstrate the Air Force values of integrity, excellence and service while it teaches the heritage and traditions of the Air Force, history of flight, military aerospace policies and more.
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Chalk Talk: Making Math Fun
different ages, to help demonstrate how math can be fun. As young children begin to learn about shapes, ask them to look for different shapes throughout the home. They may see that a pillow is a square or a bowl is a circle. For older children, ask them to look for items within a certain amount of money, for example $20.00, in a store while shopping together. If this is too easy have them, figure if they still have enough money if sales tax is added on. All children can benefit through finding math in cooking. They may count the number of chocolate chips in a cookie or they may convert fractions into other fractions or into decimals. Each of these activities help the children see how math is used in real-life and how they will benefit from their math skills throughout their lives.