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Brookfield, Connecticut Tutoring Programs
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Brookfield District and Curriculum
All schools in Brookfield are committed to provide students a clear and focused curriculum that meets with all of Connecticut’s Common Core Standards. These goals will help prepare students for their future in both college and the real world and able to compete in the global economy. Teachers within the district have a clear outline at each grade level allowing them to create the best possible lessons so that each student can master the concepts.
We currently cover the following Brookfield-area school district: Brookfield Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Brookfield District Curriculum
The Common Core Standards allows a focused curriculum that allows teachers time to thoroughly teach a concept while at the same time allowing students the time to master a concept. The focus in English Language Arts rests on literacy while in mathematics, each concept is given time in which all new concepts are built upon. The same focus on in-depth understanding spans to science and social studies as well. The district also offers a magnet school with advanced curriculum and a focus on international studies.
The Math curriculum has been developed so that students build a deep understanding of the major topics such as algebra, geometry, statistics and probability, and prepares students for more advanced topics such as trigonometry and calculus. The problem-solving and quantitative reasoning skills are also taught so that their practical application and relationship to other subjects is made clear to students so that they understand how math functions in their lives and in the world.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Brookfield Educational News
- High School on the Honor Roll - Brookfield High School has earned recognition two years in a row now for their excellence in achievement. They have shown consecutive growth in academics due to all of the hard work by students and teachers.
- BHS Ranked as a Top High School - Brookfield High School was ranked as one of US News best high schools in the nation. Due to the level of commitment and motivation by both students and teachers, BHS has been named as a “distinguished” school.
- Building Bridges of Peace and Hope - The magnet school for Brookfield Public Schools is participating in the program called Bridges of Peace and Hope. This non-profit organization helps teachers and students work together to build curriculum that promotes acceptance and peace among people of different cultures.
Brookfield 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: To Test or Not to Test
Much controversy has swirled around the nation’s public schools and the level and amount of standardized testing that students are subjected to. Meant as a way to seemingly maintain a consistent standard of quality across many classrooms, it has pushed up the stress levels for everyone involved. Teachers are forced to push through a possible difficult topic so that they can move on to other content in order to get everything in by the test day. Teachers who teach difficult concepts in math and science are under great pressure whereas those who teach easier and untested subjects are not under the same constraints. Where then is the motivation of a teacher? However you may look at it, states have to decide if teaching to a test is really the best way to maintain standards of quality in the classrooms or if we really should test the effectiveness of our tests.