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Fairview District and Curriculum
The Academic Content Standards were developed by the Oregon Department of Education to ensure that students received a rigorous, standards-based education in the areas of English language arts, mathematics, health, physical education, science, second language, social sciences, and the arts. The curriculum design scaffolds learning along the way by introducing concepts early and then deepening knowledge and critical awareness as students progress towards graduation.
We currently cover the following Fairview-area school district: Reynolds School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Fairview District Curriculum
The Language Arts curriculum is based on Common Core Standards which emphasizes the intertwined skills of reading, writing, discussion and listening, media viewing, and conducting research. The range of reading which students do require that they develop comprehension and analytic skills that they can use for fiction and non-fiction. Students are taught how to integrate the thoughts of others into their own work to provide original analytic insight on themes being discussed in class.
The Math curriculum is also based on Common Core Standards and is designed to prepare students to function in a 21st century technological society. Mathematics learning on fundamentals of computation, algebraic operations, measurement and spatial recognition, and data analysis. Students must problem-solve, demonstrate mathematic literacy, and communicate their thought processes. Activities require the solving of real-world problems, cooperative learning, and the use of technology.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Fairview Educational News
- Charter School Options - For students in the district seeking a non-traditional environment with high standards for learning, the Charter Schools are provided so that students of all ages can pursue a rigorous education in areas such as the arts, technology, basic skills or exploratory learning. Each charter school is independently run and draws on curricula that meet the goals of their charter.
- Parental Involvement - There is a wide range of activities that parents can do - both in and out of the schools - to increase their involvement in both their children's education and in the school community as a whole. There are activities and events throughout the year, as well as a Confluence Project which aims to see how to induce and include more community resources into the schools.
- School Alphabet Soup - Sometimes when teachers and administrators speak, they fall into educational jargon and use terms and acronyms that are common for educators but not necessarily every one else. The district has seen to it to create a reference for parents who want to look up an acronym they might be hearing from a teacher or by their child. The School Alphabet Soup provides a comprehensive list of commonly used educational jargon, easily organized alphabetically.
Fairview 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: Integrated Learning Experiences
Integrated learning is highly beneficial to students because it helps them to see how areas of learning are connected. Teachers of different content areas should collaborate so that they can build off of each other. English classes can read novels based on events that students are learning about in their history classes. For example, in English, they may read 'The Diary of Anne Frank' while they are learning about the Holocaust in World History. Science and math teachers often work together as well. These collaborations are great for any age, but at the high school level really serve to show students how not only subjects intertwine, but how they also connect to their real world. For instance, a student might work on a project about the census and learning about the statistics employed and the way the results of a census are used by the government. This tie-in of math and political science can set off even greater interdisciplinary thinking in a student.