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Seven Hills, Ohio Tutoring Programs
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Seven Hills District and Curriculum
The educational needs of students in Seven Hills are served by the Parma City School District. The district is comprehensive in nature, with programming for children in preschool through high school. There are also a number of adult education programs available to the public. The mission of Parma City Schools is to empower children to reach their educational goals. The district maintains a culture of high, yet attainable expectations for all students. To prepare kids for success in the future, Parma City Schools focuses on developing critical thinking and problem solving skills.
We currently cover the following Seven Hills-area school district: Parma City School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Seven Hills District Curriculum
Students in Seven Hills have the opportunity to become multi-lingual as part of the world languages curriculum. After learning basic language skills in elementary school, and acquiring more advanced understanding of another language in middle school, high school language students become proficient in their target language. Students take part in their studies on three levels. In the interpersonal mode, students learn to speak, listen, read and write through personal interactions with others.
As part of the world geography curriculum, students in Seven Hills acquire a deeper understanding of the relationship between humans and the environment. Students examine patterns of human settlement and determine how those patterns have changed and remained the same over time. The process of urbanization is explored, with students identifying the challenges that a large population presents to both human and environmental systems. Learners also examine globalization.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Seven Hills Educational News
- Teacher of the Week - Tammy Reich, a teacher at Parma Park Elementary School, has been named teacher of the week by NewsChannel 5. Ms. Reich was featured on a TV newscast in which she was presented with her award.
- Teen Volunteers Honored - Ten teenage volunteers from the Parma City School District were recently honored for their efforts to help the less fortunate. The teens completed between 100 and 250 hours of service to their community.
- Elementary STEM Students Present Projects - Second grade students at the STEM Elementary recently showed of their capstone projects at a presentation in Parma. The project was entitled the Wild World of Weather.
Seven Hills 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: Benefits of Hands-On Learning
Likely the greatest benefit of hands-on learning is that it facilitates greater retention of the material. If students are able to interact with the material under study in an engaging manner, they will remember much more and will have a deeper level of understanding as well. This method of learning is particularly beneficial in courses that require the use of technology or other equipment, such as in the sciences and vocational education. Hands-on learning affords students the opportunity to be active in the learning process as well. This lends to the development of problem-solving and critical thinking skills that are necessary for success in education, work and life in general. Experiential learning environments also prepare students for the world of work. Particularly in vocational education classrooms, students take part in learning activities that closely mirror what real-life work will be like.