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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Parsons District Curriculum
Parsons schools’ English Language Arts instruction is based on internationally benchmarked standards that require students to develop important literacy skills that they can apply to all subject areas. These skills include, but are not limited to, reading comprehension, the ability to engage with a wide range of texts, using a recursive writing and revision process, and media literacy.
Parsons schools’ math instruction is based on standards that require students to develop fundamental mathematics skills that they can use in classrooms and in everyday life. Among these skills are numerical operations, measurement and geometry, abstract and quantitative reasoning, and problem modeling. The science curriculum introduces students to content in earth and environmental science, biology, chemistry and physics, and technology. Students are expected to see how science influences the world and helps to bring about innovations in society.
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SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Parsons 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.
Parsons District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Parsons District Schools is made up of three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. Instruction in Parsons schools’ other subject areas, including science, choir, and foreign languages, is based on state-specific standards. The standards state the learning objectives that students should achieve at each grade level and also provide for the connections to real life applications, big picture concepts, and critical thinking abilities that students should also develop.
We currently cover the following Parsons-area school district: Parsons District Schools.
Keeping Informed: Recent Parsons Educational News
- Fine Arts Programs - A recent press release from Parsons Schools’ touts the districts fine arts programs. It tells readers that Parsons schools begin fine arts training in elementary school, providing young students with opportunities to take part in traditional art classes and music programs like the Suzuki Strings Program. Parsons middle and high school also offer a wide rage of fine arts programs.
- Changes to Nutrition Program - Guthridge Elementary School has chosen Taher, Inc. to be its new food service provider. Taher, Inc. is a private food service company that has a reputation using professional chefs to produce quality food at a reasonable price.
- Summer Basketball Camps - Parsons Schools is will offer boys and girls in grades 1-12 the opportunity to take part in a basketball camp. Individual camps will last three days and will be open to 1st-5th graders, 6th-8th graders, and 9th-12th grader.
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Chalk Talk: Educational Games
A strange belief has developed over the past few decades. It is a belief in the idea that playing video games is a mindless act, but that playing board games is interactive, encourages creativity, and develops problem-solving skills. Obviously, this is true about board games, but what many people fail to see is that it can be true about video games, too. Video games are not a passive medium that require players to merely stare at screens. That are an active medium that, much like board games, teach players important skills. Teachers are beginning to recognize this. Some of them are beginning to use games to teach students standards-based knowledge and to assess students understanding of that knowledge. The only reason more teachers aren’t using video games for these purposes is that currently there are not enough games. That means that schools and software companies should get to work developing the next generation of educational games.