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Chatham, Ontario Tutoring Programs

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Chatham District and Curriculum

SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Chatham students start with a ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Call us now for a personalized quote! Our services include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-weekly progress reports, learning profiles and parental conference calls.

Chatham District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

The curriculum used in Chatham was developed by the Ministry of Education based on national and international standards of learning that are meant to prepare students for their future work and learning pursuits. The curriculum describes what areas of learning are required for students in each subject so that they may become proficient in that subject. In addition to the basic skills and knowledge within each subject, the Ontario Curriculum also describes the deeper level concept that students will be working with in each subject. The goal is to use both the skills and the concepts to teach students critical thinking, problem-solving, reasoning and other thinking skills.

We currently cover the following Chatham-area school districts: Lambton Kent District School Board and St. Clair Catholic School District Board.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Chatham District Curriculum

The social studies curriculum includes a comprehensive examination of contemporary world issues. Students examine various global connections and how those connections are becoming increasingly important in our highly globalized society. Learners explore various trade agreements, political and military alliances, and international organizations that seek to bring countries together for a singular purpose. Students examine civil rights, and explore how maintenance of those rights varies from location to location.

The Ontario Curriculum has established career-oriented pathways that students may take once they are in secondary school. Not all students are required to choose a pathway or to have made the decision about their academic goals by this point. The offerings are extensive, so by getting a strong academic background and being introduced to a range of elective subjects, students have an educational experience that helps them make decisions about their future.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Chatham Educational News

  • Step4Step - Students can access a website called Step4Step through the Lambton Kent District website that offers self-assessments so that students get to know themselves better. The goal is to help students build pathways to their future pursuits.
  • Odyssey of the Mind - Students in grades K-12 are able to join this internationally known club that offers kids unique problem-solving challenges to work through in groups or teams. There are also annual competitions that members participate in.
  • Take Our Kids to Work Day - This is an annual event throughout Canada in which 9th graders accompany a parent to work. During the day, the student shadows their parent to gain an understanding of future career pursuits.

Chatham 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: Building a Child’s Character

When it comes to building character, there is no better role model than the parents. However, there are other ways to help a child in this area. First, parents should praise their children when they see them behaving in a positive way. For example, when they share with others, or say please, or thank you, they need to know that these are acceptable. Another way to build character is to look at the child in a positive way. So when a child who is seen as selfish shares a toy with another, they need to have this pointed out. Instead of stating that the child is so selfish, point out the times they are not. Finally, any time they do something for others voluntarily, talk with them about how it felt. These are a few ways to help make a difference in child and those around them.