Lone Grove, Oklahoma Tutoring Programs
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Lone Grove District and Curriculum
The Lone Grove Public Schools sets high expectations for what students should learn by the end of each grade as well as by the time they graduate. Struggling students are offered support and interventions, and teachers are given the leeway to plan their own lessons and cater them to the needs of their students. These expectations are reviewed and updated by experts across the state to ensure that students receive current, relevant learning experiences and will be competitive when they graduate, whether they pursue further education or enter the workforce immediately.
We currently cover the following Lone Grove-area school district: Lone Grove Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lone Grove District Curriculum
The curriculum focuses on deep thinking in students, conceptual understanding, and real-world problem solving skills which include science literacy, an understanding and appreciation for social studies, and exposure to technical subjects. Students are expected to be able to communicate effectively, including oral and written communication, as well as being good listeners and working well in groups. An appreciation for cultural diversity will serve them well in the future.
The goal is to produce students who are effective learners and who take responsibility for their own learning, so that they will be engaged, not only in learning, but in their communities and the world around them. Students who take an interest in themselves and the world around them are much more prone to success. To this end, students are encouraged to pursue activities such as independent studies and original research projects.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Lone Grove Educational News
- LGHS Yearbook - Besides being a great souvenir of one's high school years, the Yearbook is a great extracurricular activity to join. Students can do writing, book design and layout, photography, marketing and learn about many aspects of book publishing through this opportunity.
- High School Academic Team - The High School Academic Team is a competitive group that works together on academic challenges against other schools in the region. As the year progresses and the competition increases, students have the chance to participate in many statewide and regional events. All academic subjects are represented in the competitions.
- Educational Technology Resources - The district has organized a number of internet-based resources that students and families can use to enhance learning at home. There are resources for each academic subject and regular announcements about newly discovered educational technologies.
Lone Grove 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: College vs. Universities
The designations “college” and “university” may seem interchangeable, and in many ways, they are, but there is a different between the two. The actual difference is in the way the schools are organized. A university is split up into colleges or schools, usually by building. So there might be a School of Engineering or a College of Math. These departments all operate independently, to a point, but under the umbrella of the university, itself. In a practical sense, this might mean that a student applies not only to a university but also to a college or department within the university. The student might get into the university, itself, but be rejected from the department. A college is often smaller than a university, and in a sense, doesn’t need to be divided up into departments to run efficiently. But there are plenty of small universities as well. Usually, public schools are organized into universities, but plenty of private ones are as well.