FAIRVIEW PARK CITY SCHOOLS

District Selected to Participate in Elite National Personalized Learning Program Fairview Park City Schools has a new tool to deliver The Fairview Advantage The Fairview Park City School District has been selected to be one of more than 100 school districts across the country (and 
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This article by Tom Vander Ark on an Education Week blog highlights how schools across the country are implementing personalized, project-based learning and addressing the challenges that often accompany said methods. ” Project-based learning is a great way to engage students, to encourage collaboration and 
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Senior Jacen Conlan was named Polaris Career Center’s Student of the Year at an awards ceremony on May 23. 
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Please consider volunteering to participate in your area of interest, concern, or expertise. We look forward to hearing your perspectives and sharing more about our instructional goals, decision-making, strategies, and resources. Meeting agendas, minutes and additional info will be posted here in the coming weeks. 
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The Future Ready District Pledge, developed by the U.S. Department of Education in October 2014, is a commitment by district leaders to work with educators, families, and community members to make all schools in their districts Future Ready. The Future Ready Schools effort will encourage 
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On Friday, September 4, 2015, Mrs. Robin Schlesinger’s seventh grade scientists relocated to the gym where they participated in a lab their teacher designed to actively engage them in controlled experimentation.  By following a prescribed procedure, student teams solidified their understanding of the relationship between 
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UDL —  An Acronym to Know Universal Design for Learning: “A framework to improve and optimize teaching and learning for all people based on scientific insights into how humans learn” Traditionally, “curriculum” refers to knowledge and skills an educational organization decides its students should know, do, and care 
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On Monday, May 18, Ms. Vaughn’s second-graders visited Normandy High School in Parma to meet their high school peers from Mr. Vaughn’s physical science class. As the second-graders studied force and motion in science, they also worked on writing and informational text standards. The students 
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Think for a moment of your “moonshot” or your dream in life. Twenty or so students in Mrs. Dunlap’s sixth-grade Language Arts class listened intently while their teacher introduced a new writing assignment in which students were encouraged to think about their life-long dreams and 
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Walking into Mr.  Fleischer’s Class third-grade class at Gilles-Sweet, one might assume his students — working excitedly on their iPads — were taking a break from learning by surfing for “cool” Google images and listening to music. Given a closer look, you will witness a 
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