Hayward, California Tutoring Programs
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Hayward District and Curriculum
The schools of Hayward use the curriculum adopted by the state’s Department of Education which provides a standards-based educational model. The curriculum describes what students are expected to learn and these expectations are the objectives for the learning areas. There is also a focus on helping students develop work related skills that are necessary for success in the 21st century. Students work on mastering technology, developing strong communication skills, and learn how to work with diverse groups of people in a respectful manner. As a result, students participate in a variety of courses that improve their understanding of and ability to use technology to solve a wide range of real-life problems.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hayward District Curriculum
In Math, the subject is organized around numerical operations, algebraic operations, geometry and measurement, and data analysis. Students also learn how to measure angles, volume, and surface area. Expressions and evaluations are central components of the curriculum. Students learn how to utilize properties of operations to create equivalent expressions, while also solving real-life problems using algebraic expressions and equations.
In the Sciences, the curriculum details the expectations within earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, environmental science, and technology and engineering. In Language Arts, the content areas covered are reading literary and non-fiction texts, the writing process, and listening and speaking. In History, Languages, the Arts, and other specialized programs curriculum are used that describe the expected learning outcomes. These framework help develop critical thinking skills like analysis, reasoning, evaluation and problem-solving.
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- Intel STEM Project - For students interested in engineering, design and technology, this is an organization perfectly suited. There are projects to work on with other students throughout the years and competitions to enter as groups. There are also a number of resources to help support learning in these subjects.
- Question Bridge Project - Some students are participating in a program that promotes the use of media to create bridges to issues and questions in the world. The activities get students thinking in a civic-minded and globally-oriented way.
- Spoken Word - Within the High Schools extracurricular programs there is a distinct and unique Improv/Spoken Word program that helps students develop their extemporaneous speaking skills. Students who are interested in poetry and performance may find this to be one of the most important extracurricular experiences they can find.
Hayward 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: Community Colleges
Some students perceive community college to be a place where average students go to get a technical certificate or a two-year degree. While that is certainly the case, community college is much more than that, and offers an array of benefits for even the most advanced students. Community colleges tend to be more responsive to the needs of the workforce. As a result, students can be trained in a field of work that is in high demand and get a good paying job immediately upon graduation. Many of these jobs require only two years of training, meaning students can begin earning a good income well before their peers that pursue a four-year degree. Additionally, community college is a great value because tuition, fees, and other related expenses are far less than at a four-year institution. Students who wish to get their degree without amassing huge amounts of student loan debt should consider completing their first two years of study at a community college.