A-List SAT/ACT Teacher Training Sessions
A-List’s fully customisable SAT/ACT professional development programs equip instructors with the tools and resources to effectively integrate SAT/ACT content and strategies into existing curricula and/or to run a stand-alone test prep course. Training session programs can be tailored to incorporate the Common Core State Standards or other national/international standards; allowing teachers to best leverage the new skills they acquire. To complement our teacher training services, A-List has also developed an extensive suite of SAT/ACT student and teacher books, study guides, and e-learning tools.
Customisable Training Components
- 1-4 days of SAT and/or ACT Training (6-8 hour sessions)
- Comprehensive Teacher Materials
- Supplemental Essay Writing and Vocabulary Building Workshops
In addition to SAT/ACT teacher training, A-List also offers college essay writing workshops to introduce attendees to the process of writing winning personal statements supplemental essays. We also offer vocabulary building workshops, which address how to develop vocabulary specific lesson plans for every subject. Both workshops provide teachers with an introduction to A-List’s innovative e-learning tools, CollegeEssayOrganizer.com and VocabVideos.com.
“A-List was able to provide me with the tools necessary to facilitate an SAT Prep class that took test prep to a whole new level! Their strategies for tackling an exam vital to college acceptance transformed the traditional test prep class to one that fosters actual student growth. I was fortunate to have met and receive my training from Scott Farber last summer. He is a great teacher that truly prepared me to educate my students on how to become efficient test takers. It was a pleasure to take part in this program, as I was not only able to assist a great group of students but also learn many new things along the way.”
-Raisa Sterling, Student Teacher at Hunter College School of Education (New York, NY)
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