Solon, Ohio Tutoring Programs
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Solon District and Curriculum
The curriculum in Solon adheres to Core Content Standards and aims to help students to excel and exceed their goals. From the time children are very young at preschool level to university level, students are considered to be lifelong learners in themselves bringing valuable knowledge to the classroom and then seeking to expand upon that knowledge. The curriculum in Solon allows for a project based approach to allow children to align their learning with their environment and to develop their interests to accommodate new content.
We currently cover the following Solon-area school district: Solon City Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Solon District Curriculum
English and Mathematics are considered the key subjects that enable students to develop effective speaking, listening, writing and reading skills, critical thinking and problem solving skills in logic. Students are encouraged in all grades to participate in summer reading programs by reading a wide array of resources and use summer reading logs to record their insights and progress. Summer reading helps students to enhance their vocabulary, phonemic awareness, and comprehension.
Students are also encouraged to participate in nurturing their creative and artistic self-expression through Drama programs and plays as well as physical education through sports like tennis and volleyball to develop their athletic prowess and team leadership skills. Solon curriculums also teach nutritional education and help students gain awareness on the importance of eating healthy for a sound mind and strong body.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Solon Educational News
- Solon Center for the Arts - The Solon community is very passionate about the arts and offers programs in Art, Music, Theatre and Dance with many recreational activities for seniors. This center offers many interesting opportunities to get in touch with your innovative and creative side. Foil fencing, volleyball, and hip-hop for children as well as abundant excursions are available. Seniors can participate in their own Olympics or take part in music lessons, pottery and field trips.
- Cooking for Kids - The Solon Young Chefs Academy is rated as one of the best schools to help children learn how to cook and bake and number one for hosting birthday parties. Programs such as Kindercooks and Junior Chefs are available for children aged 3-5 and 6-14 which are designed to help teach children cooking skills at their appropriate level and to be creative as well as independent. Summer camps and field trips are also available for children.
- Preserving the Earth - A local company which makes packaging solutions participates with Solon schools in Earth Day in a program called Trees into Cartons, Cartons Into Trees. The program focuses on making students aware of the benefits of recycling the earth's resources and preserving the renewability and sustainability of paper and paperboard packaging. Students learned the value of biodegrading process as it applies to cardboard and many other interesting things we need to know about how to preserve Mother Earth!
Solon 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: The Value of Role Play in the Classroom
Many teachers will have students that are learning a new language to role-play. This is a great technique to have students be more aware of their nonverbal cues and to integrate their language with their body movements and facial expressions. When students are actively engaging in dialogue and role-play, they are learning to become more comfortable in expressing themselves. In fact, role-play does much to enhance students' confidence and self-esteem as they try out different situations and imitate certain characters. Students that are encouraged by teachers to plan quickly their skits and then to act out a theme come to understand the value of spontaneity and quick thinking and acting. These useful behaviors help students in the real world to learn interpersonal skills and reasoning. Having students role-play difficult situations help students to understand how to problem solve and to come to an amicable solution in their relationships.