Arnold, Maryland Tutoring Programs
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Arnold District and Curriculum
Anne Arundel County Public Schools is responsible for the education of children in preschool through the twelfth grade in the city of Arnold. The district includes 127 schools and over 80,000 students. The district prides itself on the academic programming it offers, as well as the academic achievement of its students. From advanced placement courses to a wide range of special education programs, there are an abundance of opportunities for each and every student to reach his or her academic potential. Teachers in the district work hard to ensure all students have the individual attention they need in order to reach their goals. The district also boasts 348 National Board Certified teachers.
We currently cover the following Arnold-area school district: Anne Arundel County Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Arnold District Curriculum
The science curriculum in Arnold is based on the Next Generation Science Standards. As part of that curriculum, high school students take part in an in-depth study of chemistry. Students learn about atoms, including their structure and how that structure influences the properties of elements and the bonds they form. Learners gain an understanding of the Periodic Table, including where elements fall on the table and what their location on the table means in terms of mass and atomic number.
The social studies curriculum in Arnold includes a government course for high school students that facilitates the understanding of the structure and function of our government. Students analyze foundational documents, such as the Articles of Confederation, Bill of Rights, and the Constitution, which helped shape the federal system in the United States. Learners study the concepts of states’ rights, popular sovereignty, checks and balances, and majority rule, as well as other seminal concepts in the development of our system of government.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Arnold Educational News
- Linthicum Elementary Named as Blue Ribbon School - Linthicum Elementary School has been named a 2014-15 National Blue Ribbon School. It is the thirteenth school in Anne Arundel County Public Schools to be named to the list of National Blue Ribbon Schools.
- Students Receive Free Copies of Microsoft Office - To help students meet their educational needs, Anne Arundel County Public Schools is providing a free copy of Microsoft Office to each student in the district.
- School District Offers Outdoor Ed Program - Students in Anne Arundel County Public Schools have the opportunity to take part in outdoor education courses at the district’s Arlington Echo Outdoor Education Center. While there, students engage in hands-on learning that teaches them about making responsible environmental decisions.
Arnold Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: Value of Hands-On Learning
Students that take part in lessons that require hands-on learning gain a number of benefits. First, hands-on learning helps students retain information better. In fact, research shows that students involved in this kind of learning retain 3 ½ times as much information as a student that listens to a lecture. Second, because hands-on activities require constant activity, students are engaged longer in the material. Having an active role in their learning helps children to develop a sense of empowerment with regard to their education as well. Lastly, hands-on learning promotes the development of critical thinking skills. Instead of relying on memory and attention, students develop problem solving skills and analytical skills that allow them to make split-second decisions.