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Dublin District and Curriculum
The elementary curriculum in Dublin is based on the premise that all students can and must reach high levels of achievement. In order to improve the district curriculum, Content Area Councils consisting of teachers are used to represent district grade levels and courses. Curriculum is reviewed every five years according to Ohio content standards and using resources that are nationally recognized. To guide the curriculum and instruction, concepts are used such as Big Ideas which anchor the field of study and identify their core concepts.
We currently cover the following Dublin-area school district: Dublin City Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Dublin District Curriculum
The Kindergarten curriculum evaluates children assessing the variants in their development according to intellectual, emotional, physical and social traits. In the elementary, middle and high school curricula, benchmarks are assigned which evaluate the skills and competencies of each student according to core standards.
Mathematical concepts in the elementary curriculum are measurement, geometry and spatial sense standards, patterns, functions and algebra, data analysis and probability, and mathematical processes and number operations with an increasing complexity in level and range of problem solving equations in later grades. Social studies include subjects such as History, People in Societies, Geography, Economics and Government. Competencies such as researching, locating information, identifying cause and effect relationships, and using graphics to communicate information and make decisions are focused upon.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Dublin Educational News
- Track and Field News - Dublin Coffman High School is an excellent example of how team cooperation and determination can overcome adversity and set a role model for all students. After a few injuries, the girls track and field team finished with two astounding record-breaking performances!
- Land Deal for College of Osteopathic Medicine - The City of Dublin is donating 45.4 acres of land worth $4.6 million towards building a college for osteopathic medicine in order to create more jobs and promote medical as well as technological development in Dublin.
- Dublin Irish Fest - The Dublin Irish Fiddle Fest is being held on August 2-4 with seven stages of live entertainment and something for everyone. Families can experience culture, genealogy, marketplaces, historical sites and entertaining activities such as races and Irish music to comfort your soul and reconnect you with heritage and tradition.
Dublin 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: How Much Homework is Enough?
As students get into later grades, they likely will spend an extra hour a night on homework even two hours which may detract from play time or TV time. Homework may even cause concern for parents who tutor children on some subjects especially with other priorities. It is not a matter of quantity but quality of homework. If students are bogged down every night but are not essentially learning critical skills such as literacy or critical analysis from their assignments, then it is time for parents to ask teachers about the nature, length, and objectives of the homework assignments. Homework is important but it should not replace extra-curricular activities but should complement other activities in the day and should be meaningful and enjoyable. Homework needs to be creative, whether it be assigned as an observatory activity, a show-and-tell report or a case analysis where multiple skills are acquired to prepare students for more challenging work later.