Homework. In addition to regular attendance at scheduled classes, each student will be required to devote additional time each week outside the classroom to study and work on assignments.
Homework. In addition to regular attendance at scheduled classes, each student will be required to devote additional time each week outside the classroom to study and work on assignments. Important International Student Disclosure – International students attending Art Institute locations under F-1 visas (Form I-20) are required to maintain a “full course of study” during each academic term of their programs of study. For undergraduate (non-degree, Diploma, Associates, and Bachelors-level programs) students, this is defined as a minimum of 12 credits per academic term. Graduate programs will vary by program of study. Not more than 1 online course or 3 online credits per academic term may be counted toward meeting the “full course of study” requirement. Please note that not all Art Institute locations offer online courses. Speak with an admissions representative for more information. Program and course offerings are subject to change and international students may be required to take additional courses to meet the full course of study requirement. International students should work closely with the International Student Advisor to ensure all requirements of their visas statuses are met. THIS SCHOOL IS AUTHORIZED UNDER FEDERAL LAW TO ENROLL NONIMMIGRANT ALIEN STUDENTS.
Homework. It is important to understand that the Cambridge Online Academy operates on the basis of home-schooling. This means that students are expected to study independently at home by reading textbooks, taking notes, doing exercises assigned by the teachers, etc. The Academy provides two live lessons per week just to support students and answer any questions they might have when studying independently. The whole responsibility for academic progress lies on students and their parents/guardians. Although we strive for excellence in the educational advancement of our students, Cambridge Online Academy cannot guarantee that the student will achieve their desired examination results or that results will be sufficient to gain entry to other educational establishments. You are expected to help your child with homework (including ensuring time is allocated and suitable distraction-free space is provided) as part of working with the Academy to achieve academic progress for your child.
Homework. Each teacher will begin instruction with a Do Now, a five-minute quiet activity to get students engaged in the lesson. On the board, the teacher will have already written the Aim, or learning objective, and agenda for the day. The homework assignment will also be posted so that students know what is expected of them following the lesson. In all grades, including Kindergarten and first grade, students receive a weekly syllabus to inform parents about the daily agenda, homework, and learning objectives. Teaching for mastery Assessment is essential for measuring students’ academic needs and ensuring that all students are mastering the learning standards. At the beginning of every school year, incoming students are assessed with age-appropriate, standardized assessment tools giving teachers assistance in the process of designing curriculum, lessons, and pacing. These formative, benchmark assessments provide a clear understanding of current student mastery. At the end of each year, UPAE will administer these same assessments in order to measure individual and cohort longitudinal progress and the efficacy of the curriculum and instruction, designing refinements and changes as needed. UPAE will utilize Ohio standards-based interim assessments developed by school leadership and staff. These assessments will be administered to students every trimester. UPAE may utilize other standards as UPAE deems appropriate. Teachers will meet with the school director and director of instruction and curriculum after each assessment to discuss the results and to create an action plan when reteaching is necessary. Student performance data drive whole-class instruction, small-group work, and one-on-one tutoring. Strategies and supports for student mastery of instructional material UPAE offers the following: • Clear, engaging, high-quality lessons in the classroom • Increased learning time relative to other district schools • Pull-out and push-in instruction by teachers certified with a special-education credential and related services such as speech, occUPAEtional, and physical therapy for students who require it • Tutoring for students who require additional individual and small-group attention • Intentional English-language-learner supports Team teaching An innovative method in the school is the use of team teaching. Team teaching is a creative way to lower the student/teacher instruction ratio, provide for shared teaching experience, and allow for teacher prep time within the wo...
Homework. Children should come prepared for class with any homework from the previous class and ready to learn. If a student continually forgets their classroom materials/homework, parents will be notified. Special Assistance Please call the Religious Education Office at 203- 924 -2679 if your child needs any special help with his or her Religious Education. We will make every effort to help your child in the classroom. Sacraments First Penance In the 2022-23 school year, First Reconciliation will be transitioned from our traditional 3rd to 2nd grade, therefore, preparation and workshops over the course of this year will include the 3rd grade students who have not yet received this sacrament. See the schedule/calendar for these events held in December. First Holy Communion 3rd Graders receive First Holy Communion on the 1st Saturday in May at 10 AM each year. The May Crowning Crowning the statue of Xxxx inside the church takes place during First Holy Communion Mass. Weather permitting, a second crowning of the statue outside may take place on the next day at 10 AM Sunday Mass as well. Children play an active role in this ceremony and traditionally wear their First Holy Communion attire for this event. Confirmation Confirmation is scheduled by the Diocese. Parents will be notified as soon as the Religious Ed office gets the date. It will most likely be held in the spring for 7th and 8th graders. Community Service Students in levels 7 and 8 must complete 10 hours of community service. Hours must be submitted on the Community Service Form for approval. Mass Attendance Regular attendance at Mass is an important part of your child’s understanding of and growth in their faith. All students enrolled in the St. Xxxxxxxx Xxxx Religious Education Program are required to attend weekend Mass and Holy Days of Obligation as are all Catholics. It is incumbent upon parents to make sure that they instill this practice of the faith in their children’s lives. We will be instituting a “Mass Pass” policy. The priest or deacon will be handing out passes in the foyer after each Mass to children who have attended THAT Mass. The passes will be dated for that specific date only. The child’s name must be written on the pass and handed to the teacher at the next class in order to get attendance credit. (If the name is forgotten, there will be no way to receive credit for attendance on that date)! If you do attend Mass at another parish (must be a Catholic church), the student must bring a bull...
Homework. School Homework will be set each day in accordance with a planned timetable in order to support the progress and attainment of each pupil. Every pupil will be given a planner to record all homework given and assist organisation. Sometimes, pupils may be required to under-take Prep, supervised after school by qualified staff, if they are not making appropriate progress. Parents/Pupils Parents/guardians should check that pupils are completing their homework and sign their planner each week to indicate that this has been done satisfactorily. Comments are invited.
Homework. In order to graduate from this program, all students must complete homework and tests, as follows: ● Tests ● Participation ● Research Papers ● Reading Injuries : All injuries, past and current, must be reported to the Lead Trainer at the first training weekend. If any injuries should occur during the course of the training, they must be reported immediately to the Lead Trainer.
Homework. Homework is very important and over a period of 5 years’ schooling regular homework can add another complete year to your child’s education. We ask that parents check the Show My Homework weekly and also make sure that your son has somewhere where he can work quietly, ideally at home but if necessary elsewhere, e.g., in a local library.