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Madison, Connecticut Tutoring Programs
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Madison District and Curriculum
The Madison Public Schools follow the Common Core State Standards for their curriculum. The goals of the standards are to maintain high expectations across all subject areas and grades levels. It seeks to promote critical thinking and problem solving skills and assure students have a solid foundation for lifelong learning. Students enrolled in Madison Public Schools have consistently scored higher than state averages on all Connecticut Mastery Tests.
We currently cover the following Madison-area school district: Madison Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Madison District Curriculum
In elementary school, English Language Arts strives to differentiate and engage all students in order to create literacy in reading, writing, thinking, and speaking skills. They focus on grasping fundamental skills in reading comprehension, vocabulary acquisition and writing to create a solid foundation that is built upon year after year. Research skills are taught and students are expected to be able to critically read and make meaning from all types of text.
At the high school level, advanced courses are encouraged and analytical skills are built. Mathematics, at all grade levels, focuses on topics to allow students time to deepen their understanding through hands-on and conceptual applications. This creates students who have a much better subject understanding. Students are expected to develop the problem-solving skills in algebra, geometry, and statistics that will allow them to approach any type of problem and understand how to best solve it.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Madison Educational News
- Getting Involved in Yearbook - Hand High School students have the ability to be a part of creating their own yearbook. This unique website allows students to take their own photos and then upload them to the site where upon approval, can be incorporated into the yearbook.
- Book Fair and Cupcake Lab - Brown Middle School PTO and Media Center are hosting a great book fair for students. They can not only browse a wide selection of books but enjoy pizza and even a cupcake laboratory.
- Arts Barn - Students have the opportunity to learn more about being on TV and even host their own program. They can host a cooking show, write a movie or music video and it will be aired on Madison’s access channel.
Madison 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: Importance of Class Websites
In an extremely technological world, it is almost inescapable for a teacher or course not to create a class website. The website can be a great tool for students and parents. There are many host websites in which teachers can create an academic website on which they can store links to notes, worksheets and homework. They can post announcements, reminders and lesson plans so that parents can have a moment’s notice knowledge of exactly what their child has been learning and what assignment due dates are coming up. There can be links to external websites that might offer games or tutoring options. The list is endless as to the role a class website can play in keeping parents and students informed.