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Jacksonville, Alabama Tutoring Programs
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Jacksonville District and Curriculum
We currently cover the following Jacksonville-area school district: Jacksonville City Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Jacksonville District Curriculum
The Alabama State standards of learning are modeled effectively by Jacksonville City Schools. The core subjects of English, Writing,
History, Science, and Mathematics are instructed by the qualified teachers of Jacksonville. The educators use creative teaching
techniques and data-driven instruction to meet the needs of all the students in this school system. Developing a community of
excellent learner’s is the mission of Jacksonville City Schools.
In Science, the teachers use a large range of instructional tools to tie into the program. Hands-on learning is used effectively,
as it is essential for the students to have a deep understanding of the material. Jacksonville City Schools recognizes the need for
science and technology in this modern century, and using the various approaches of discovery learning, Project-Based learning, and
brain-based tactics, the children of Jacksonville City Schools receive the best science education possible.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Jacksonville Educational News
- Scholarship Honors - The seniors of 2012 earned over $2.2 million in Scholarship money! Congratulations to all the seniors that received scholarships for their higher education goals. Jacksonville City Schools, which has only one high school, has reached a very high accomplishment in the education of the students, from primary grades through graduation.
- Science Olympiad Placer - Kitty Stone Elementary school has received first place in the 18th year of the Science Olympiad. This event focuses on a variety of scientific competitions in many categories. Like a "track meet competition" for science, the students sign up for the categories of various hands-on, group competitions in scientific aptitude demonstrations. Over 700 students participated in the event with over 30 schools across the state.
- Kindergarten Registration - Each spring, upcoming Kindergarteners are to register for the school in their district. Registration entails academic screening, bringing the birth certificate and other required documents, and filling out the registration papers. Teachers are available at the registration to meet and greet the children and give them a tour of the classrooms.
Jacksonville 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: The Importance of Small Group Mathematics Instruction
Teachers that use small group instruction in math are able to be sure the students are getting what they need in terms of understanding key concept, but on their level. It is imperative that educators have the understanding that the classroom of students, more than likely a heterogeneous mixture, are not on the same level of understanding. Once an assessment is given on a particular math concept, the teacher is able to clearly see what level the students are on. Grouping the children in the classroom, according to what they know, is much easier to get the concept across, and prevents the upper-level students from becoming bored with learning about something they already know. Small group math instruction enables the teacher to reach those students who have some difficulty, while challenging the students who are on a higher tier of learning.