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Fairfield, Ohio Tutoring Programs
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Fairfield District and Curriculum
The Fairfield City School District is comprised of almost 10,000 students and is committed to demonstrating excellence in academic teaching and learning, a commitment to ethical standards, and working together collaboratively with the community to offer superior learning experiences and activities for growth and diversity. Fairfield curricula are geared towards educating the whole child through extracurricular activities and academics.
We currently cover the following Fairfield-area school district: Fairfield City School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Fairfield District Curriculum
The curriculum focuses on enhancing vital critical thinking and problem solving skills but also nurturing socialization and positive character traits in order to build strong, healthy and confident citizens and active community participants in a dynamic society. Fairfield believes in demonstrating and modeling responsibility and safety first among parents, teachers and students. Motivation, intervention, acceleration and engagement of research based practices are vital components required for learning.
Guidelines for curriculum and instruction focus on areas of academic expectations, fostering opportunities for learning, and adhering to curriculum content and assessment standards. Other important elements include fostering district commitment, using creative learning resources and technology, incorporating different learning strategies aligned with student development, encouraging social and global diversity, and teaching interdisciplinary studies.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Fairfield Educational News
- Summer Learning - Fifteen students from Lebanon, Mason and the King Academy in Cincinnati assembled together for three hours a day to work on building their own custom guitar and playing it. Students were taught lessons in physics, math, science and chemistry through the parts of the guitar.
- Fairfield Educational Building - There are wide array of events and programs available for preschool, daycare, infant care, early childhood education, and Kindergarten to help build their confidence and passion for learning. The Eagles Program geared for children aged 6-10 years helps children broaden their knowledge and curiosity through nature, exploration, and environmental projects involving community speakers. Many of these programs help these young children to prepare for future studies, socialize, and have fun
- 2013 Challenger Baseball Tournament - This tournament will be held at Waterworks Park in Fairfield in July which will bring in 500 players from Ohio and proceeds of $450,000. This tournament encourages those with special needs from the ages of 5-22 to have fun playing baseball and exercise their competitive skills. Butler County Challenger Baseball is structured among 11 teams comprised of 175 players.
Fairfield 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: Adapting to the New Core Curriculum
As the new standards are being proposed for the core curriculum, parents, teachers and students need to keep in mind that cooperation, patience, communication, and participation are key elements as everyone adapts to the new requirements and standards. Parents can take comfort in knowing that this may not be an easy adjustment for everyone, but it may be a necessary one as it ensures that students are being challenged to meet higher standards while preparing themselves for the future of academia and the real world. The core curriculum will affect everyone's learning and the requirements for greater effort by teachers and students. Once the learning curve is leveled off, students and teachers can integrate innovative ways of teaching and learning that offer challenge and inspiration.