Admin

Academic Resources

Treeline Elementary students learn through Kagan Cooperative Learning structures that are engaging and exciting learning activities.

We have also implemented Thinking Maps which is a language of eight visual patterns, each based on a fundamental thought process.

Kagan Cooperative Learning & Thinking Maps

Through our Kagan structures of cooperative learning:

  • The learning task promotes teamwork and students experience themselves as being on the same side;
  • Each student is held accountable for their individual contribution;
  • Students participate about equally; and
  • Many students are engaged at once.

This boosts academic achievement, closes the achievement gap, improves student relations, promotes thinking skills, and creates a more kind and caring school community.

With Thinking Maps:

  • Students use visual patterns to work collaboratively for deeper comprehension at all content areas and grade levels
  • Students are empowered with the tools to analyze complex texts and think mathematically for conceptual understanding and problem solving
  • Student use Thinking Maps for the production and distribution of a range of writing types and purposes

Keyboarding Resources


RESEARCH SITES

Accelerated Reader (AR)

Students are not able to take tests at home, but parents can always access their child’s progress through this link. Username: your child’s student number Password: your child’s initials (first and last name) Great tool for all students.


FUN LEARNING SITES

KINDERGARTEN

FIRST GRADE

SECOND GRADE

THIRD GRADE

FOURTH GRADE

FIFTH GRADE