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Courses

Description and Curriculum

 

All course offerings reflect academic standards based on STEAM- Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math.  

 

ELA Reading- Scholastic- Aligned with the Science of Reading enrichment in vocabulary reading strategies, fluency and phonics (science activities built into reading text)

 

Math - Scholastic- Aligned to state standards utilizing multiple modalities of teaching basic math skills and algebra.

 

Coding - Code-combat, Computer science curriculum for coding games and resources

 

Social Emotional Learning - Botvin's LifeSkills is an evidence based prevention and  Life skills program

 

Leadership - Executive Function Skills - Smart but Scattered for Adolescents and Teens- Preparation for leadership skills i.e.  Response Inhibition, Planning Prioritization, Self Control, Working Memory, Flexibility,Sustained Attention, Task Initiation, Organization, Time Management and Goal Directed Persistence

Financial Literacy - Next Generation of Personal Finance- NeighborGood Partners- In person workshops on methods of Banking and Saving preparing for Next Steps

 

Arts - Dance Workshops (Special Guest Gilliam Project Dance Project Dance Company)  Crafting, Painting, Digital Designs, 

 

STEAM = Science - Technology - Engineering - Arts - Math 

  • Reading/English Language Arts
    Reading/English Language Arts
    Sun, Feb 04
    San Francisco
    San Francisco, 500 Terry A Francois Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94158, USA
    San Francisco, 500 Terry A Francois Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94158, USA
    Instructor: Ms. Laura Dulin Curriculum: Scholastics Digital Magazines & Scholastics Home Base Summer Reading Challenge
  • Mathematics
    Mathematics
    Tue, Mar 06
    San Francisco
    San Francisco
    San Francisco
    Instructor: Dr. Azukuike Okorie Curriculum: Scholastic DynaMath & Scholastic Math with digital access
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