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Homestead, Florida Tutoring Programs

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Homestead District and Curriculum

The goal of the curriculum of Miami-Dade County Public Schools is to enable broad skills that are essential to learning. The Common Core and Next Generation Sunshine State Standards provide the framework for literacy, mathematic problem-solving, and other core academic abilities.

We currently cover the following Homestead-area school district: Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Homestead District Curriculum

To achieve the curricular goals, elementary students can expect to read about their senses, animals, and opposites as well as classic literature like “The Secret Garden.” In middle school, students encounter many famous works by authors like Edgar Allan Poe and Mark Twain. In high school, students move on to more advanced and classic texts.

Once students have completed the elementary school math curriculum, they should be able to perform operations, tell time, measure length, use place value, understand fractions, calculate area and perimeter, convert units of measure, determine volume, and construct graphs. Middle school students are expected to understand ratios, solve algebraic equations, understand statistics, find surface area and volume, use exponents, and apply the Pythagorean Theorem. Upon graduation, high school students should be capable of using matrices, creating algebraic equations, applying trigonometry, and proving geometric theorems.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Homestead Educational News

  • District-wide Academic Progress - MDCPS is proud to announce that all of the high schools have received fair to high marks within the state of Florida school systems. Furthermore, the district has seen a rise in graduation rates. These statistics help schools monitor how well they are meeting the educational needs of students.
  • Capital Improvements - Miami-Dade County Public Schools has received a $1.2 million capital bond. How will the money get spent? At the moment, wireless networks and new playgrounds are a priority. Over the next seven years, the district will improve chances for student success by improving their learning environments and facilities.
  • Grant for Financial Literacy Program - High schools within Miami-Dade County will enjoy the benefits of a $118,000 grant from Discover Financial Services. Students will be taught about personal finances and debt. Producing fiscally responsible graduates is one way that schools can foster a strong economy.

Homestead 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 to Develop Critical Thinking Skills

Being educated does not mean being able to repeat information that has been gained; it means being able to reason and think. Helping your student learn how to think will improve academic performance. Ask questions like, “Which flowers do you like better? What do you like about it?” Practice sorting objects in everyday situations like unloading the dish washer. When a decision must be made, discuss the possible choices, their advantages, and their disadvantages; then allow the student to make the decision. When new information is encountered, relate it to something else that the student has seen or heard. For example, “Remember when you studied oysters? These pearl earrings are made from the pearls that the oyster made.” Once your student is able to think critically, he or she will be able to learn independently and have better success in school.

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