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Burlington District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Burlington Public Schools contain six schools and 3,700 students. There are four elementary schools with grades K-5, a middle school, and a high school. There is also an early childhood center for children aged three to five. Burlington Public Schools embrace the use of instructional technology in the curriculum. The district’s Educational Technology Team has created a blog that contains entries about what Burlington students and teachers are doing with technology. Entry topics include students’ interest in 3-D printing, Parent Tech Night, and the technology team’s App Explorer Challenge.
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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.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Burlington District Curriculum
The District’s curricula follows seven areas of study: world languages, English language arts, math, science, social studies, visual and performing arts, practical living, and world languages. Only the English language arts and math standards follow the Common Core Standards Initiative, which integrates the skills of these subjects with other subject areas in a focused and progressive manner.
During instruction, the district uses foundational apps, which are utilized across content areas and grade levels in each school; examples include district-wide e-mail, a drive to save and share files, iMovie, a book creator, etc. In addition, essential apps that give access to specific curriculum materials are used. The educational apps can be accessed by students and teachers, allow for creativity and collaboration, and fit into the Common Core Standards. Two of the articles linked below detail Burlington educators’ innovative work with technology.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Burlington Educational News
- Fifth Grader Writes Top Investment Essay in the State - A fifth grader at Burlington’s Memorial Elementary School entered the nationwide InvestWrite contest, and his essay finished first in Massachusetts and eighth overall in the country. The contest required applicants to, in their essays, analyze an investment scenario, considering short- and long-term financial goals. The student was surprised when SIFMA (Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association) representatives visited him at his school to present him with his award.
- Fifth Grade Teacher Honored, Too - A fifth grade teacher at Francis Wyman Elementary School was one of only 16 educators nationwide to be awarded the title of Lead Innovator for her work in implementing technology in the classroom. She was selected from hundreds of applicants across the U.S. The outstanding educator has incorporated a 1:1 iPad initiative into her classroom—meaning that each student has access to an iPad—and created a sharing program via Google Drive that allows all the fifth grade teachers to easily exchange ideas.
- Two Burlington Teachers Work on Life-Changing Project - An eighth grade science teacher and technology teacher from Marshall Simmonds Middle School have used the 3-D printer that the latter purchased to create a prosthetic hand for an eight-year-old boy. After months of designing prototypes, the third version was a success, and the teachers are now working on a second hand for the boy to have as a back-up. The boy is excited by and has begun practicing using his “robo-hand.”
Chalk Talk: Consider “Pinning”
Many people may think of the website Pinterest as just another social media website and do not value its place in education. However, Pinterest is much different than websites like Facebook and Twitter, as it involves people “pinning” ideas from various digital sources—most often the Internet—on the categorized “boards” that they create. Sure, much of the website is dedicated to subjects such as fashion, food, and products, but there are a slew of educational ideas as well. Teachers and parents can find an endless array of activities, lesson plans, instructional materials, classroom management tips, and more on Pinterest. Chances are, these ideas have had some level of success, as they ere thought enough of to be posted and shared via the Internet. Pinterest is a time saver, making it easier to gather such ideas, as educators can find them in one place instead of having to look at hundreds of different websites. Pinterest is not a joke, as it was named one of the 2013 Best Websites for Teaching and Learning by the American Association of School Librarians.