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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the North Royalton District Curriculum
Students are taught the common core subjects such as English, Math, Science and Social Studies as well as the Fine Arts and Physical education along with extra-curricular activities. The Math curriculum aims to help students gain the skills to problem solve the most challenging questions but also to acquire confidence in solving them and use that mindset in life. However, a large part of the focus of North Royalton's curriculum is a focus on writing, not only in English but in all subjects because it taps into deeper levels of thinking. Argumentative writing as well as research writing, narrative writing and essay writing all form an integral part of the curriculum.
The focus of this curriculum is critical thinking and argument building as well as linking reading and writing together for the most effective skill development. Writing helps integrate all the content learned through different subjects in an interdisciplinary mode so that students can see how their learning fits together.
SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for North Royalton students start with a free academic assessment with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available for $199.99/month which include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-monthly progress reports, learning profiles, and parental conference calls.
North Royalton District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
North Royalton’s curriculum is focused on a shared vision and leadership along with implemented strategic plan aligned with core curriculum content standards and benchmarks which assess students’ achievement. Students are empowered to learn at their own pace but are encouraged to seek out their own creative means of applying that learning.
We currently cover the following North Royalton-area school district: North Royalton City Schools.
Keeping Informed: Recent North Royalton Educational News
- Wrestling Club - North Royalton has a youth wrestling club which teaches students the unique moves of wrestling but also serves as a creative outlet for developing sportsmanship, discipline and balance while releasing stress and learning self-defense.
- Troop 526 Boy Scouts - This club began over more than 25 years ago and has increased to almost 60 members. Troop 526 offers a wide array of programs and activities to help build citizenship, leadership, character development and fitness and is a great way to bond with peers in the great outdoors and go camping!
- Career Center - The districts' Career Center is not just for students in the districts! The career counseling services offered are available to students of all ages, including adults, who wish to avail themselves of support during a career search or transition
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Chalk Talk: Tips for Multiple-Choice Tests
A great number of students of different levels often complain about multiple choice tests and the purpose of them. While many computerized tests that use a scantron card are often easier to mark than pencil and paper tests, these tests require studying and really grasping the material. Many exams are in essay style but some test our recall of information but still require students to learn strategies and skills to mastering multiple choice tests. It is important to know the type of multiple-choice test the student can expect to take and whether facts are more significant than practical application or a balance is needed. Some students will find that if they study with the help of acronyms and key words or definitions, this serves as a valuable memory aid. The trial or error style or process of elimination is used where the question seems complex and one has to rule out what is not to determine what is. The student needs to be encouraged to find his or her own learning method whether it is visual, auditory or tactile then proceed to approach the material through that primary channel or a combination of both channels.