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Kent, Ohio Tutoring Programs
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Kent District and Curriculum
The district curriculum is based on Ohio’s core curriculum standards but also achievement tests to design and choose the appropriate resources for the main subjects such as English Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies and Fine Arts. Technology and Physical Education are also supplemented among the core courses along with Spanish Language.
We currently cover the following Kent-area school district: Kent City Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Kent District Curriculum
English Language Arts programs help students develop an increasing literacy and comprehension level so that they are able to creatively express themselves using different literary texts and resources.The Math curriculum enable students to use different formulas to be able to resolve complex problems in the real world and apply practical knowledge and integrate them with other subjects. Students are offered a challenging curriculum of developing high profile problem solving skills by learning chemistry and trigonometry.
Kent also offers many academic programs tailored to different multicultural groups called STARTALK leadership programs for Chinese communities, Arabic and Russian to help bridge the gap of multicultural barriers that advances a high level of cultural competence and communication. Art is also a vital component of the curriculum to help students develop their creativity and imagination using different mediums of expression such as clay, oil painting, and photography.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Kent Educational News
- New Renovations for Kent State Library - There is a project underway to make significant repairs to the Kent State Library in order to make it safer for the public and to preserve important artifacts and resources. This amazing library holds 1.8 million volumes and 2000 seats for study and is recognized as Portage County's place of special collections and archives where people of all walks of life can go to learn.
- Alumni Association - One of the main connections which the school district maintains with the community is through the Alumni Association. This group raises funds, holds events, and organizes other activities to keep alumnus connected to the school.
- Kent Community Education - The Community Education program is intended to provide for extracurriculars for students and interested community members. The program encourages the development of locally based programs, and works with volunteers who are interested in leading groups or teaching classes.
Kent 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: Taking a Break
We usually hear the phrase time out in elementary schools which offers students a break from their behavior and time to reassess their actions and how they affect the other students. Some students are behaviorally challenged and need a "time out." However, high school teachers and college teachers may need to use this strategy for students as well to allow them to take a break from the hectic pace of academic life and rigorous examinations. Time out is not only for elementary school students or those behaviorally challenged. Time out can be used in different contexts to help students to get a grip on their behavior, cool their frustrated emotions, and center themselves back in time to progress with their studies. Sometimes teachers will use a stretching break where students do light exercises to refocus themselves or gain alertness.