Academic coaching includes activities that directly, but positively, impact academic performance. Activities include, but are not limited to, assistance with development of skills, reducing test anxiety, providing cognitive behavioral modification related to classroom learning, developing homework completion strategies, and planning organizing skills.
AAIC believes that in order to effectively address the needs of parents, a parent self-assessment must be completed and workshops must be planned to address the topics of greatest need or interest in relation to supporting parents’ success of their child’s academic achievement.
INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATION
AAIC utilizes standards-based instructional materials to supplement the materials utilized during classroom instruction. AAIC’s policy is to conduct a pre-assessment of students’ skills to determine their specific areas of deficit and mastery.
AAIC offers diversified activities from creative, dedicated, and committed artists who are talented in various artistic forms. Their instruction makes a direct correlation in reading and mathematics for eligible students to participate in activities that incorporate arts in education.
AAIC offers professional development workshops that clearly focus on the challenges private and religious educational institutions educators encounter. Each workshop is specifically designed to address the needs of the classroom instructors which have been identified by the administrator.
The goal of ESSA Title III is to ensure that Limited English Proficient and immigrant students attain English proficiency, develop high levels of academic attainment in English and meet the same challenging state academic content and student academic achievement standards as all children are expected to meet.