Posen, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Posen District and Curriculum
Both Posen-Robbins School District and Bremen High School District uses the Illinois Learning Standards as their curriculum. Student learning is designed to be progressive in that the lessons learned during the elementary years are built upon during middle school. This allows students to be fully prepared for the intellectual rigor of high school classes. Students are given clear behavioral expectations so that they make healthy choices regarding themselves and their interactions with others. Students are expected to commit to learning and to work hard in order to do so. They are given support and encouragement to ensure that they will be able to do so.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Posen District Curriculum
The Illinois Learning Standards curriculum is a rigorous, objective-based framework for teaching and learning in each academic subject. In literature classes, students read complex texts of varying types for comprehension but also to evaluate the tactics and approaches utilized by the author. They develop theories and find facts and evidence to support those theories. They write analytical essays using this evidence or give oral presentations and generally learn effective communication skills.
The Math curriculum focuses on number and quantity, algebra, geometry, functions, models, and statistics and probability. The different problem-solving skills in each of these areas are taught throughout elementary and middle school, with students developing their abilities with multi-step problems. They also develop their mathematical literacy, learn to understand what word problems are asking them, and how to demonstrate their mathematical thinking as they work through solving a problem.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Posen Educational News
- World Languages Club - The World Languages Club is open to all students at BHS who are interested in languages and culture. Students work together on developing their language ability and also host events to bring other cultures to all students in the school. Also, many students also work together on planning foreign exchange experiences.
- Business Professionals of America - BPA, or Business Professionals of America, is an organization that introduces students to aspects of the business world. Students attend business and leadership conferences, and also work with local area businesses to get a sense of what is needed in planning and running a small business.
- Cinema Club - The Cinema Club is a great option for students who are interested in film and film-making. Students regularly host viewings of classic movies, and also have a chance to discuss the film with their peers. They also have many opportunities to create their own films with other students.
Posen 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: Public Universities
There aren’t that many differences between public and private universities, and most of them stem from the one, true difference, which is that public universities are funded by the state. Because of this, they tend to have much lower tuition, especially for those who reside in the state, but even for those who reside outside of the state. The state also mandates that public universities must accept a certain percentage of its incoming class from those who live within the state, which leads to a much higher acceptance rate for in-state students, usually. Public universities tend to have fairly high acceptance rates, in general, though some are quite selective. Also, public universities tend to be organized into universities, rather than colleges, mostly due to their size, though many public universities aren’t that large.