Matawan, New Jersey Tutoring Programs
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Matawan District and Curriculum
The Matawan-Aberdeen School District believes that education is the responsibility of the entire community. Therefore, parents, teachers, and the community work together to provide support and to develop an appreciation for learning in the student body. The district’s goal is for students to be active and responsible members of society. In line with that goal, the office of Curriculum & Instruction maintains an open door of communication, sharing information on resources and curriculum with all stakeholders and with the community at large.
We currently cover the following Matawan-area school district: Matawan-Aberdeen School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Matawan District Curriculum
In elementary school, students are offered assistance in language arts or math through the Basic Skills Program. Through this program, a trained and certified teacher provides students with academic support in the regular classroom setting. Assessments include DRAs, or Development Reading Assessments, which provide each child with a unique reading score. Another assessment, which covers mathematics and reading, is the NWEA Measure of Progress (MAP). The MAP test is used in schools worldwide and provides each student with a RIT score that reflects their knowledge and skills in their grade level.
Matawan Regional High School is separated into two academies that create a “school within a school.” Incoming 9th Graders are automatically enrolled in the Freshman Academy. With a specially-trained staff, the Freshman Academy gives 9th Graders the support they need to start their high school years with success and confidence. After high school, students have the option to apply for Honors classes in both English and math.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Matawan Educational News
- MOST Program - Mentoring Our Students Together, or the MOST Program, offers community members a chance to get involved with the education of students and provide career and academic counseling to them. Throughout the year, individual and group events are held so that mentors and mentees can explore the community together.
- Track and Field Photos Go Live - Students of Matawan-Aberdeen Middle School participated in the 2014 Track and Field Competition at Long Branch High School. They placed well in their respective events, and now parents have a way to see the events if they could not attend.
- School District Adopts HIB Policy - In consolidation with the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act of 2013, the Matawan-Aberdeen School District adopts their own anti-bullying/harassment policy, or HIB. The focus of this character education campaign has improved the school climate of many schools.
Matawan 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: How to Support Your Child’s Learning Personality
Just like every adult wouldn’t thrive in the same career, children need different ways to participate in the learning process. Therefore, it is crucial to know your child’s learning style—the dominant way your child retains information and shows what they understand. Most children fall into one of three learner categories: the visual learner, the audial learner, and the haptic learner. Visual learners learn through seeing. You can support this learner by using index cards, markers, highlighters and by simply providing time to write or draw a concept they recently. Audial learners are quite the opposite; they prefer audio books, thrive from listening to lectures, and generally need to retell information before they can write it down. Haptic learners need to move. They usually don’t respond to visual or audial stimuli until it is combined with a physical activity. For these learners, must get them involved. Try using a skit, play, or some other type of physical demonstration to reinforce their learning.