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Berryville, Arkansas Tutoring Programs
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Berryville District and Curriculum
The Berryville School District contains four schools and almost 2,000 students. There is an elementary school (K-2), intermediate school (3-5), middle school (6-8), and high school. The district advertises the quote “because it matters” on its homepage, and its mission considers the needs—academic, physical, social, and emotional—of the whole child. Core academics, community service, and character education are fundamental areas that the school works in to each child’s education.
We currently cover the following Berryville-area school district: Berryville Public School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Berryville District Curriculum
Berryville School District uses the Common Core Standards. In addition to traditional content areas, it offers unique courses such as robotics and programming to its students. The district is dedicated to the success of all its students, providing an alternative high school that gives students who have disruptive behaviors, been frequently absent from school, are considering dropping out of school, or have other personal issues a chance to earn their diploma.
The alternative school provides more individualized instruction and helps build students’ basic skills in literacy and math. Students learning styles are supported through instruction that is tailored to visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning styles so that students can use their natural abilities and increase abilities in other areas. Each learning objective within the curriculum allows for teachers to use their judgment on how best to deliver the lesson to their students.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Berryville Educational News
- Fifth Graders Build Robots - Fifth grade students at Berryville Intermediate School have the opportunity to attend a unique class that takes math, science, and technology to a new level. The art teacher had the idea of starting a robotics class, and students built a robot named Eddie who can avoid things, follow people, and tell jokes. Each class contains a small group of students who work as a team in a student-centered environment. One student commented that he enjoyed the class because he was learning something that could help him in the future.
- Berryville Students Share Published Work - Four seventh grade students from an English class in Berryville Middle School read some of their written work to fourth graders at the intermediate school. This was made possible by the nationwide College-Ready Writers Project. Berryville is the only school district in Arkansas to participate.
- Students Write about Forgotten Heroes - Several Berryville students were recognized for their essays that were entered into the D.A.R. American History Essay Contest. For this particular contest, students were to write on the topic of “Forgotten Patriots Who Supported the American Struggle for Independence." The first and second place winners read their essays in front of their peers at Berryville Intermediate School.
Berryville 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: Instructional Technology Spotlight: Hyperbooks
A hyperbook is an innovative product created from instructional technology and is a great tool to use in the classroom. Hyperbooks allow teachers to keep absent students up-to-date and give parents a way to see entire units of instruction. They are made in Microsoft Word and are called hyperbooks because they contain many numerous interconnecting hyperlinks. Each separate document in the hyperbook is created in its own Word file. The first page contains information such as the content area, grade level, name of the teacher, and title of the unit. Teachers can then choose to create two separate tracks—one for students and one for parents. A table of contents should be included. It should be organized in a day-by-day fashion. Teachers can provide links to several items, which need not only be in Word: worksheets, project descriptions, rubrics, writing prompts, PowerPoint presentations, web articles, video clips, games, sound clips, digital storybooks, webquests, written tests, homework assignments, poetry, etc.