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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Red Bank District Curriculum
Students learn about numbers and equations through the Hamilton County Schools mathematics curriculum. They begin by learning how to assign numbers to objects in a set. They then are able to learn about equations by manipulating these sets to represent addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. By using these tools, students learn the basis of further mathematics, such as geometry, trigonometry or calculus. They also are able to take these tools to become problem-solvers throughout their lives.
The English curriculum focuses on reading literature and non-fiction, writing for a range of purposes, language, and speaking and listening. The language strand focuses on vocabulary acquisition and the development of decoding skills so that students are able to determine meanings of new words. They also learn grammar and how to properly use conventions of the language. These mechanics are part of the rubrics used to grade student writing.
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SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Red Bank 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.
Red Bank District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Hamilton County Schools provide a curriculum which ensures that all students will meet the Academic Standards set out by the Tennessee Department of Education. The Standards define what students should know and be able to do in each course, but allows local schools to have control over how these standards are instructed. This allows the schools to create lessons that will allow the students to be prepared for the ever-changing global community. The design of the curriculum used in the district provides for an elementary learning experience that covers the fundamentals in the major topics of a subject and then introduces increasingly complex topics during middle and high school.
We currently cover the following Red Bank-area school district: Hamilton County Department of Education.
Keeping Informed: Recent Red Bank Educational News
- College Access Initiative - The College Access Initiative is a partnership between Hamilton County Department of Education and the Public Education Foundation to ensure that every student can go to college. The program puts college advisers in every high school and peer mentoring between college and high school students.
- Community Partners - The Hamilton County Schools work with a number of local community organizations in their effort to provide meaningful learning opportunities for their students. Some of the local organizations the district has partnered with include Allied Arts of Greater Chattanooga, Hamilton County 4-H, and Junior League of Chattanooga.
- Fund for Excellence - The Hamilton County Schools Fund for Excellence was organized to support the local schools. The group works year-round on fundraising efforts which are used for scholarships, recognition awards, and classroom grants. All the funds raised benefit the learning opportunities available for the students.
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Chalk Talk: Scientific Method
Whether for a science class or science fair project, students will be more confident in completing it if they understand the steps in the scientific method. The first step that the student needs to consider is what is the problem that they would like to study. Then they need to break that down more by forming a hypothesis they can complete research for. Then come the time they gather material. This includes magazines, books, materials for the experiment or whatever else they may need. They need to create a procedure that they will be able to collect observations or data from. Finally, they need to come to a conclusion, including if the procedure answered their hypothesis and the steps they went through to complete this project. With these steps in mind, the student and the parents, can help to keep the project going in the correct direction.