Brooklyn Center, Minnesota Tutoring Programs
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Brooklyn Center District and Curriculum
The district strategic plan makes the business of Brooklyn Center schools the instillation of confidence, courage, and confidence for every student to achieve their dreams, contribute to the community, and be life-long learners. Each of the schools follows standards-based instruction, grading, and reporting in their effort to strengthen instruction and maximize instructional resources. The Common Core Curriculum provides the basis for the curricular framework and all subjects are taught according to standards-based guidelines.
We currently cover the following Brooklyn Center-area school district: Brooklyn Center Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Brooklyn Center District Curriculum
Math instruction begins with the goal of every student to appreciate the disciple of mathematics by supporting their continual development of solving real-world problems through a range of problems and skills. That curriculum provides that early elementary age students be able to work with basic Numbers and Operations, rudimentary Algebraic Concepts, and the identification of Geometric Patterns and Measuring. By 8th grade students are expected to complete Algebra.
ELA follows the same state-standards. Pre-K-6 has developed a reading/writing program with instruction for every type of student and their needs. Grammar, usage, mechanics, writing, spelling, and phonemic awareness, phonics and comprehension strategies creates the foundations for the 7-12 language arts program. The emphasis in Brooklyn Center schools is on the ten strands of thinking, reading, literature, writing, language, speaking, listening, research, media, and the use of technology.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Brooklyn Center Educational News
- Points of Pride - Brooklyn Center schools belong to ISD 279-Osseo Area Schools District. The students and teachers accomplish many great things every year. Points of Pride keeps people abreast of the accomplishments in the Brooklyn Center schools. Topics are more than sports and academic; contributions to the community and life-long learning also get mention. And that is just from the students! Teachers and employees of the school are also mentioned. Go Brooklyn Center schools!
- Advisory Groups - Parents not only have a chance to participate in Brooklyn Center schools; they can also meet other members of the community who serve the varied members of students and issues within Brooklyn Center schools. American Indian Parent Education Advisory Committee; Gifted Education Parent-Teacher Learning Community; and Human Sexuality Curriculum Advisory Committee -- just a few of the progressive organizations that facilitate contact between parents and employees within the district.
- Severe Weather Procedures - Parents wonder about how severe weather will impact school operations throughout the year; and the message from Brooklyn Center schools is that parents can expect school operations 85% of the school-year. Protocols for the types of cancellations and early dismissals is featured in this site; so too are the types of responsibilities that school officials and parents must adhere to covered on this site.
Brooklyn Center 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: The Importance of Phonemic Awareness
The importance of phonemic awareness can be explained by the ability of listeners to hear, identify and manipulate the smallest unit of sound that carries meaning, also called phonemes. Phonemic awareness has been shown to help a student with reading and reading comprehension. Spelling is also helped, and the end goal, true understanding of phonics. Phonics is the ability to sound out words based on the letters and sound combinations within each word. This ability is critical in early reading success and promotes independence in reading early on. A particular focus should be on sounds like –ch, -sh, -th, -ough so that young children gain familiarity with some of the unique and more complicated aspects of the language.