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Coral Springs District and Curriculum

The Common Core Curriculum department of Broward County Public Schools uses activities to engage students in their education. Each year, students study concepts previously introduced in more and more detail. Content is presented in units, and each unit is broken down into lessons. Based upon the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards, the Math curriculum is centered upon digital learning and technology. Broward County Public Schools seeks to involve students, parents, teachers, and administrators in establishing strong math skills in students. The K-12 curriculum covers basic math, advanced math, pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, math for college, integrated math, statistics, pre-calculus, and calculus.

We currently cover the following Coral Springs-area school districts: Broward County Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Coral Springs District Curriculum

Broward County Science Curriculum is based upon things that can be observed within the physical world. Students learn about science through observation, experimentation, and research. Students are exposed to research science, life science, earth/space science, biology, botany, ecology, limnology, zoology, genetics, biotechnology, astronomy, environmental science, forensic science, marine science, solar energy, chemistry, physics, nuclear radiation, and technology.

The Broward County K-5 Language Arts/Reading Curriculum goes beyond teaching students how to read words on a page. It teaches them how to process what they are reading. Students also begin learning to write effectively so that they will be good communicators. The 6-12 Reading Curriculum takes care that every student is reading at least at grade level; if a student is below grade level in reading, he or she is offered individualized remediation. The 6-12 Language Arts Curriculum brings together literature and writing of a wide variety.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Coral Springs Educational News

  • New Learning Opportunities - New educational opportunities are opening up for Coral Springs High School students. The Coral Springs Fire Department has partnered with Broward County Public Schools to begin an exciting program that allows students to acquire a Firefighter I and First Responder Certification whiles still in high school.
  • Red Ribbon Week - Students at Parkside Elementary had a big finale to Red Ribbon Week. They chose a famous American to study and then carved that American into a pumpkin. Then students told what they thought each famous American would say about being drug-free.
  • Literacy Challenges - Broward Public Schools encourages students to read by participating in Reading for the Record. Parents and members of the community showed their support by reading out loud to students within the classroom.

Coral Springs 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 Role of Assessments in Education

Assessments are increasingly common and students will take formal assessments, as well as informal assessments, throughout each school year. When assessments are given early in the year, they are often designed to see what students know and helps teachers plan instruction. Mid-term assessments check in that student learning is up to pace and mid-term projects give students a chance to harness their personal interests to follow through a unit. End-of-year exams gauge student proficiency in the expectations for learning of their grade level and provide information about the effectiveness of instruction for a whole grade.

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