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Immokalee, Florida Tutoring Programs
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Immokalee District and Curriculum
Collier County Public Schools encompass all schools in this Southwestern Florida county. Collier County Schools’ mission is to produce students who are lifelong learners and who are successful in a global society. In addition to standard courses, Immokalee High School offers an Academy of Engineering and an Academy of Information Technology. Students enrolled in the Academy of Information Technology work hands-on with software and hardware, have the opportunity to interact with guest speakers from the industry, and are able to apply for special scholarships and internships.
We currently cover the following Immokalee-area school district: Collier County Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Immokalee District Curriculum
During students’ freshman year in the Academy of Engineering and an Academy of Information Technology, they learn the basics of software and hardware in Principles of Information Technology and partake in Microsoft Office Specialist Certification, helping them become qualified for a wide array of jobs and internships in the industry. Sophomore year includes an Introduction to Programming as well as Database Design.
Junior year is dedicated to an Introduction to Computer Systems, including installing software and setting up hardware, and Computer Networking. Students look at how technologies are applied to the fields of medicine, agriculture, and science. They also explore the relationship between humans and technology, and discuss the pros and cons of our reliance on machines. Lastly, senior year involves Web Design and individual Capstone Projects for which each student works independently with the teacher to solve a real-world problem.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Immokalee Educational News
- Immokalee Teacher Dedicated to His Students - After 25 years working in corporate America, Steven Becker decided to change careers and become a teacher. Now, six years later, Mr. Becker wakes up each weekday to drive to his job at the Immokalee Academy of Information Technology and participates in TIF’s Summer Academy. In addition to helping prepare his students for the ACT, college, and their careers, the outstanding teacher serves as a mentor in the Academy’s Take Stock in Children program.
- TIF Immokalee Foundation 'Take Stock in Children' Program - The TIF Immokalee Foundation mentor program invites local students to become involved in the Take Stock in Children program. About 25 students are accepted into the program; which supports college bound goals and greatly expanded students collage and career pathways.
- Volunteers Help Immokalee Students in the Classroom - A group of about 90 adult volunteers travel to Eden Park Elementary on an hour-long bus ride to help Immokalee teachers and students in the classroom. They provide a great amount of assistance, as students in these classrooms speak a multitude of languages. Sometimes, teachers are even able to split students into smaller groups to better personalize instruction.
Immokalee 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: Student Comments: The Exceptional Student
One thing that teachers have to do that can sometimes be difficult is to generate comments describing how students are doing in class. Such comments may be ready-made, with teachers being able to select applicable ones for each student, but they are more credible if they are personalized by the teacher. These comments may appear on report cards, progress reports, notes to parents, etc. What kind of information should these comments contain? The most important thing is to make sure that the comment tells exactly what the student is doing well. Parents want to know how their children are doing, so it is important to be as specific as possible. A comment such as “the child does good work in my class” is too generic. When it comes to describing exceptional students, teachers can talk about more than just how they excel at academics. For example, exceptional students may be great leaders and serve as role models to their peers. Their work habits can be talked about; they may be exceptionally hard workers who always go above and beyond. Teachers may point out their love for learning and how they think critically.