Wood River, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Wood River District and Curriculum
The local school districts believe in preparing students to become creative, innovative, and knowledgeable citizens in their community. They accomplish this by helping students to value education and becoming proactive in achieving their own academic success. Lifelong learners tend to be more adaptable to the changes in the world around them. Also, the school strives to create a place where children can learn that sets high expectations for educational excellence by providing all students with opportunities to succeed, regardless of perceived differences.
We currently cover the following Wood River-area school districts: East Alton School District Elementary #13, Wood River-Hartford School District, East Alton – Wood River High School District, Edwardsville School District #7, and Roxana Community Unit School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wood River District Curriculum
By encouraging outreach into the community and community involvement in the school, students learn to become involved and engaged in their community, which sets them up to become responsible citizens in the future. Overall, the school believes in helping students develop integrity and character traits that values community service and civic participation. To meet this goal, district wide community service and character education curriculum have been put into place.
Because technology is seen as being so essential, and is such a changing part of the global environment, the local school districts also believe in promoting technological literacy to enhance and maximize learning opportunities so that students will be more comfortable with the changing landscape. Ultimately, this will enable students to become knowledgeable and adaptable citizens within our ever-changing technological world.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Wood River Educational News
- Hall of Fame - The EAWR Hall of Fame is an opportunity to recognize the accomplishments of district alumni who have both gone off and accomplished great things and who have returned to the district to do great things for the current students.
- Performing Arts - EAWR has a strong tradition of providing performing arts events for the community, and as such have received tremendous support in return. There are Boosters organizations that community members can participate in if they are interested in working with students who enjoy performing and exhibiting their talents.
- EAWR Broadcasting - A new program has been developed for high schoolers interested in learning more about broadcasting and tv/video production. The class also makes regular podcasts for all members of the community to listen to.
Wood River 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: Class Size
One of the major selling points for many colleges is the size of their classes. Small classes mean fewer distractions. They mean instructors can probably tell if the student is actually paying attention, which means the student pretty much has to pay attention. It’s easier to become lost in larger classes because the instructor probably won’t even know the students’ names. With smaller classes, it’s more likely that the instructor can hold the student accountable. Also, if a student has a question or doesn’t understand something, an instructor in a smaller class is more likely to take time to explain, and might even notice a floundering student. Some students are uncomfortable in smaller classes because of this intimacy. Some thrive because of it. The likelihood is that entry level classes are going to be larger, so most students experience large classes their first years.