Our Academics Curriculum
We establish and launch our selected programs early on to inspire our students as they start their educational voyage at EDU. Starting in kindergarten, students explore the topics such as English language arts, math, science and social studies. Additional they also learning foreign language and culture, such as Spanish and Chinese. Our well experienced teachers use variety of instructional methods to encourage our youth students critical thinking and lifelong learning skills. Since 2010, a number of school across the nation have adopted the common core state standards (CCSS) for English, Mathematic. EDU had implement our curriculum to meet CCSS at 2012 as well.
With an emphasis on developing comprehension with texts, students are exposed to a variety of literature and informational texts and learn how different genres, or types, of books have different structures. Students are encouraged to read, read, read and to expand their knowledge in areas of personal interest or new research topics. They begin to develop analytical skills, going beyond stating explicit information from the text to learning how to draw inferences and how to summarize what they read.
Science is more than a school subject, or the periodic table, or the properties of waves. It is an approach to the world, a critical way to understand and explore and engage with the world, and then have the capacity to change that world..."
— President Barack Obama, 03-23,15'
Our STEM education encompasses the processes of critical thinking, analysis, and collaboration in which students integrate the processes and concepts in real world contexts of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, fostering the development of STEM skills and competencies for college, career, and life.
In grades first through five, students are becoming more sophisticated writers and speakers. These skills include engaging in research projects that question what they read and hear, taking information and putting it into their own words, and creating written pieces that follow a structure geared toward a writing purpose (e.g., a narrative story, an informational report, or an opinion text). Classrooms allow children to explore new topics using books, videos, and technology and participate in interactive, collaborative activities with teachers and classmates.
Our Mathematical Content were built on progressions of topics across a number of grade levels and are organized by domains within each grade level for kindergarten through grade eight. The standards for higher mathematics were first developed by conceptual categories and then organized into courses
Students in grades first through five build on their foundational reading skills by improving their reading fluency and decoding longer and more difficult words. Learning also focuses on three new emphases: (1) more exposure to content-rich informational texts; (2) developing and writing opinions using evidence from books and other text resources; and (3) engaging in group and individual reading and research activities centered on more complex texts with new vocabulary.
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