gifted learner school

1250 Erbes Road.

Thousand Oaks, CA. 91362

info@revoacademy.org

805-551-4865

gifted learner school
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Curriculum

 

Language Arts 
 

Using an inquiry based approach, students explore and master language mechanics and literary analysis through novel study, poetry, creative writing, essays and classic literature.

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Science 
 

Using an invesitgative and cooperative learning approach, students learn to research and analyze data, design and conduct experiments, evaluate results and meaningfully present their findings. 

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Social Studies
 

Through exploring stories of ordinary and extraordinary people and an analysis of primary sources, literature, art and music, students discover our connections to the past and its impact on the present.

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Field Trips
 

Field trips are an integral part of the Revo Academy curriculum. They offer students greater experiential opportunities to further integrate classroom lessons and make meaningful, real-world connections. 

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Enrichment 
 
In teaching to the whole child, in addition to robust academics, we carefully select enrichment classes to further foster creativity and critical thinking.  All of our enrichment classes are taught by experienced and passionate subject-matter experts and specialists.  These enrichment classes include:  Foreign Language, Technology/Coding, Odyssey of the Mind, Social Entrepreneurship, Gardening, Art, PE, and Music.

Math 
 

Using research based Singapore Math, Math Olympics and Project M3, students gain a strong foundation for math computation as well as learn to construct and critique arguments and solve real-world problems. 

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We provide an interdisciplinary curriculum approach for more enhanced, connected learning.  Our Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science project and problem-based curriculum is based on award winning units from William & Mary College of Gifted Education. Our math curriculum is based on Singapore Math, Project M3 units developed by the University of Connecticut, Neag Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development, and Math Olympiads.