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Wynne District and Curriculum
Wynne Public Schools are comprised of four schools: primary, intermediate, junior high, and senior high school. In the primary school’s mission statement, it mentions specific academic goals for students in the areas of reading, writing, and math. The intermediate school has a brief, simple mission: “We place student success above all else.” The junior high school’s mission and vision focus on preparing students for their future. Wynne High School’s mission statement contains interesting aspects, such as adapting to change, encouraging the arts, and implementing technology.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wynne District Curriculum
Wynne Primary School looks to the National Reading Panel (NRP) as a basis for designing its English language arts curriculum as a comprehensive literacy model. The following types of reading are incorporated: independent, shared, and guided. Also, students often work in groups and write regularly. The math curriculum is based on the Common Core Standards and the program 'Investigations in Number, Data, and Space' and places a great emphasis on problem solving, hands-on learning, and real-world connections.
As its mission statement attests to, Wynne Junior High School adds courses that help prepare students for their future careers and to succeed in a technology-heavy world. Eighth grade students must take Career Orientation and Computer Technology Introduction. Students who qualify can also enroll in Pre-AP Math and English to get ready for high school AP courses. In addition to the main content areas, Wynn High School offers classes in journalism, business, technological design, and the arts.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Wynne Educational News
- Having Fun with Reading - Fifth grade students at Wynne Intermediate School promoted reading by creating a music video, or “lip dub,” called “I Knew You Were a Reader.” The lip dub is set to Taylor Swift’s hit “I Knew You Were Trouble.” The video can be seen in the link provided.
- Wynne High School on WiFi Sports Network - Wynne High School’s sports teams are now live-streamed on the WiFi Sports Network. The school was impressed by the network’s quality of production and decided to join on. WiFi Sports Network aims to raise the stock of and fund money for schools.
- Wynne High School Purchases Laptops - Wynne High School joined the educational technology era early on by buying laptops for its students in 2003. The cost of the laptops was over $800,000. The assistant superintendent emphasized the great importance of exposing students to technology daily. Students are able to take the laptops home with them in order to communicate with teachers if needed and to do their homework on them.
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Chalk Talk: Khan Academy: A Major Twist on Traditional Education
Differentiating instruction is very necessary in allowing each student to reach his/her potential. However, today, teachers have a great deal on their plates—with large class sizes—so it can be very difficult to individualize education to the fullest extent. Khan Academy is a math program that creates individualized daily lessons for every student in that content area. Every day in math, students sit at a computer and work at their own pace and on their academic level. It can be challenging for teachers to get used to, as they have to thoroughly learn the program before implementing it, and it takes away quite a bit of their control. Despite this, teachers play a huge role in evaluating how the program is working and making decisions based on it for each student. Khan Academy —with its extremely individualized and technological nature—is not being used widely yet, but it could someday present a drastic change in instructional practices.