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Kirkland District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Lake Washington School District takes a student-centered approach to learning and curriculum. This type of curriculum writing and instructional design leads to a strong connection between school and the real life of the student. Two of the key characteristics to student-centered instructional design are student involvement in the planning of curriculum and students knowing and understanding the importance of their own learning. The English Language Arts and Math curriculum in Lake Washington School District is written around the Washington State Standards for English Language Arts and Math.
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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.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Kirkland District Curriculum
The writing curriculum teaches the writing process, writing in a variety of forms, traits of effective writing and evaluating writing. Tenth grade follows the same curricular structure as ninth grade, building and perfecting the same skills. When students enter eleventh and twelfth grade, they are able to choose from a variety of elective English Language Arts classes to fulfill their graduation requirements. Students will still build on the standards taught in ninth and tenth grade, but they will do so in classes like American Literature and Modern Journalism.
The Science curriculum in Lake Washington School District is fairly rigid when compared with other Washington Schools Districts. Students take an integrated physical science course in ninth grade. This course provides an overview of Newton’s laws and the basics of Earth Science. Students will also learn fundamental science skills, such as data collection and measurement techniques, before moving along in the science series. All students are required to take Biology in their tenth grade year and pass the state end-of-course exam in Biology. After Biology, students have the option of taking Chemistry or Physics, but only one is required for graduation. view all kirkland tutors
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Keeping Informed: Recent Kirkland Educational News
- Mobile Access for Students - Every student in grades 6-12 in Lake Washington School District is issued a laptop for their use throughout the school year. This allows students to become future ready and competent in using technology. It also allows students and teachers to have learning materials at their fingertips. Students use their school issued laptop in all of their classes, and at home for homework and additional research.
- New STEM School - Lake Washington School District is opening an new school that will focus exclusively on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. The school will be open to students all over the district who wish to attend. This type of school will allow the graduates to be complete in the global market for science and engineering jobs.
- Summer School - Lake Washington School District is one of the last districts in the state that offers a full summer school program. Students in elementary school through high school can attend summer school. High School students can use summer school to get ahead on their credits and have a lighter load of classes during the school year or to repeat a class they failed to obtain the credits necessary to graduate.
Chalk Talk: Preparing Teens for High School
High School presents so many opportunities for teens. Parents need to help their children to be prepared for the good and bad opportunities that may come their way. First, if a school offers an orientation, parents need to make sure to go to the event together. This will help the child feel more comfortable about their new surrounding and will give the parents a foundation to draw from when answering concerns of the teen. Parents also need to make sure to find the supplies that will be needed before school begins to help the child be prepared for their day. Next, the child needs to become used to keeping an assignment book where they can place due dates, tests and activities. Parents also need to address any questions that the child has.