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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Jeannette District Curriculum
In Mathematics, for example, students in the early grades are taught to recognize basic shapes and simple forms, which will be built upon for the formal study of angles, lines, polygons, and proofs in high school geometry. Data analysis is also started early, and students learn how to read graphs and charts, work with probability, leading them to more extensive statistical abilities. These patterns of laying foundations and drawing upon them build the math reasoning skills which are called for in the curriculum.
High school students are required to take challenging courses in English, Science, Social Studies, and Math, as well as other subjects, in order to graduate. At the high school level, the courses call for a higher level of analysis and the development of other critical thinking skills. There are also more electives and students have more opportunities to integrate and connect knowledge. Students are expected to be able to communicate through a variety of means and present their thoughts through writing and verbal presentations.
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Jeannette District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Jeannette City School District follows a curriculum that was developed from the Pennsylvania Core State Standards, focusing extensively on Reading, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Progress follows a sequence and scope that allows for development from the basic skills taught in elementary school to the more complex integration of learning and practice through middle school and high school.
We currently cover the following Jeannette-area school district: Jeannette City School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Jeannette Educational News
- New Software Used to Scout Football Players - High school football coaches in small schools like Jeannette use innovative software technology when they replay games with upcoming opponents to check what strategies to use in competition. This gives them another teaching tool to use when they coach their teams. For example, the coach from Jeannette especially uses the new program when he wants to isolate and teach specific skills, such as the path a team member takes when running down the field.
- Engineering Teams to Build Miniature Bridges from Spaghetti - A team of students from Jeannette High School were among those testing their math, physics, and engineering skills in an unusual competition. The task: to see which team could build a functioning bridge out of pasta that could hold heavy weights. Each team got to design and build their bridges in their own classrooms and then transport them to the tournament before weights were added.
- Reading Counts Program - Reading Counts is an independent reading program for middle schoolers to encourage their literacy development by recognizing and extending their interests, through reading. Students are required to read books, show proficiency on a quiz about the book, and have rewards like field trips and other prizes to work toward.
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Chalk Talk: Learning Collaboration Skills
The most usual way that students work together as a unit is in sports teams. However, students work together in other activities, such as cast members of a play, players in an orchestra or band, or singers in a chorus. They work together to produce a game, a production, or a piece of music that is more than any one of them could accomplish on their own. Their weaknesses and strengths balance one another out. It's important in the development of every child to have experiences that bring about these collaborative skills. Extracurriculars and class projects offer many opportunities, and students should be encouraged.