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Meaford District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Ontario Curriculum has been designed to fit the learning requirements of elementary and secondary students so that they are thoroughly prepared with academic knowledge and have opportunities to explore enrichment, non-traditional, or emerging subjects. Beyond that, students may enrich their learning through language immersion programs, integrated arts programs, and technology. In Math, the elementary years is when students develop a range of strategies for understanding the different topics of math. In secondary school, students take classes in Algebra and cover topics such as relationships and equations, or Geometry in which geometric functions, principles of design, and spatial analysis are taught.
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Meaford 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.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Meaford District Curriculum
English has been designed so that students get the fundamentals of reading and many opportunities to read so that they may develop their analytic and evaluative thinking. Once students are in secondary school, analytic reading strategies are essential and students are expected to demonstrate that ability in written tasks. The English classes have been designed to introduce a significant amount of non-fiction in other subjects so that student learning in all curricular areas is well supported.
In Science, students early learning allows for a good deal of investigatory learning and the development of basic content knowledge. In secondary school, with a foundation course in concepts in biology, chemistry, and physics where students get into topics like biodiversity, chemical reactions, and forces of motion. Following that, students have the chance to take these as full-year courses allowing greater amount of lab work in each field.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Meaford Educational News
- Continuous Learning - The Continuous Learning initiative within the community is aimed to connect adults and youth with enrichment or leisure classes available through community organizations and within the school districts. Some of the courses are conducted online, some provide valuable skills useful in the workplace, and others teach a hobby or craft.
- Volunteer Opportunities - Throughout the year, different non-profit organizations in Meaford look to the community for volunteers to help out on various projects. The Meaford Museum has sought volunteers for a number of projects and allow for minors to volunteer on certain projects. This can be a great opportunity for a student to get some community service hours and to add an accomplishment to their résumé.
- Community Arts Organizations - The community of Meaford has a number of community organizations dedicated to increasing participation in arts and cultural events. The Meaford Creative Arts Association (MCAA) is one such organization which provides arts camps and workshops for budding student artists. This group has over 80 artists who participate in these events and contribute to the artistry within the community.
Chalk Talk: “Noun Dunk”: An Educational Game
The online game “Noun Dunk” is a fun parts-of-speech identification game created by Harcourt Schools Publishers, a popular textbook company. For each word that appears on the basketball, students are to select if it is a common noun, proper noun, or not a noun at all. If the student selects the correct choice on the first try, he/she receives a three-point dunk. If he/she misses on the first attempt but guesses correctly the second time, he/she receives two points. One point is awarded if the correct selection is made on the third and final attempt. Although this game focuses on nouns, if students have learned other parts-of-speech as well, they can identify which part-of-speech the “not a noun” words are.