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Bethesda, Maryland Tutoring Programs
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Bethesda District and Curriculum
Students in Bethesda attend public school within the Montgomery County Public Schools. With over 153,000 students, the district is the largest in Maryland and one of the largest in the United States. The great diversity of its students means that children have the opportunity to learn from and grow with other children who are dissimilar from themselves. The rich fabric of the student population is supplemented by a wide variety of academic and extracurricular activities.
We currently cover the following Bethesda-area school district: Montgomery County Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bethesda District Curriculum
The Bethesda technology curriculum gives students an opportunity to explore technology, its foundations, and its impacts on the modern world. Students evaluate different kinds of technologies and identify their role in making modern life more convenient. Learners examine the progress of technology over time, looking at the advancement of computers over the course of the last 50 years, and making predictions about how computers will differ in the future. Students analyze how technologies have impacted the workplace, freeing workers from many labor-intensive activities.
Children in Bethesda participate in a health curriculum that seeks to promote healthy living habits in the realms of nutrition and fitness, mental health, and injury prevention. Elementary students learn about the functions of nutrients and how and why the body uses them. Children also learn about the relationship between food intake, physical activity, and weight management. In the mental and emotional health strand, elementary students learn about emotions and how to recognize their feelings.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Bethesda Educational News
- Students Sell Refurbished Cars, Computers - Students in Gaithersburg High School’s Automotive Trades and Information Technology courses put their learning to work by refurbishing old cars and computers. The refurbished items will be offered for sale to the public.
- STEM Night at South Lake Elementary - Students and Parents at Southlake Elementary School recently had the opportunity to explore various concepts related to science, technology, engineering, and math education. Attendees were able to participate in numerous hands-on projects as part of the evening’s activities.
- District Working to Increase Diversity - Montgomery County Public Schools is dedicated to increasing diversity among its faculty and staff. The Workforce Diversity Initiative will focus specifically on recruitment and retention of teachers of color.
Bethesda 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: Benefit of Environmental Education
Although environmental education courses are not yet mainstream, students that are able to take part in them gain a number of valuable benefits. Environmental education allows students to leave the classroom and engage in field-based learning. By participating in hands-on projects in the real world, students are able to make connections with the concepts they study and ecological, environmental, and economic issues. This type of learning also promotes enthusiasm for education. Rather than sitting through a lecture in a classroom, students are able to take control of their learning and guide and direct it themselves. Students learn about responsible living as well. By examining their local environment and the problems present within it, students are able to develop an understanding of how the decisions humans make have real consequences for the environment, and devise solutions for a better relationship with the world in which we live.