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The SAT Assessment-Test Details, Tips and Tricks to Help Students Achieve Their Personal Best

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    The SAT Assessment-Test Details, Tips and Tricks to Help Students Achieve Their Personal Best

    In the 2021 – 2022 school year the SAT Assessment becomes one of the Indiana Accountability measures for high schools. How students perform will reflect on both the students and on the school they are attending. It is also one of 9 ways students in the graduating class of 2023 and beyond can fulfill the Post-Secondary Ready Competencies required in the new graduation requirement.

    To better prepare students, parents, teachers, and administrators all the specific details of the SAT Assessment will be presented. Participants will be given copy ready information that can be disseminated to students, parents, and teachers. Many examples for the Reading, Writing and Language, and Math (both the Calculator and No Calculator) Test will be shown along with tips and specific ways students can achieve their own personal best scores.

    There will be many classroom ready resources teachers can use in a variety of classes (not just English and math) to help the students be better prepared for the SAT and PSAT Assessments.

     

    About Our Presenter

    Bill is a licensed Secondary Math Teacher who has taught at every level from 7th grade through Calculus at the community college level.  He was a classroom teacher for 30+ years in a combination of both Indiana and California. Bill has been a Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science State Finalist in both California and Indiana. After retiring from classroom teaching, he was the Secondary Math Specialist at the Indiana Department of Education and then a Regional Director for the Indiana GEAR UP Grant at Purdue University before joining the INcompassing Education team in 2021. He has developed and promotes parental, community, and technology involvement to improve student’s understanding and abilities in math. He enjoys working with others to make mathematics education fun, exciting, and enjoyable not having the negative connotation it usually receives.

    Target Audience
    Math Instructional Coaches and Teachers at the secondary levels.

Event Session Information
Days 1
Scheduled Date/Time
   
12/02/2021 9:00 AM-3:00 PM Southwest Allen Transportation Office
Instructor(s)
Bill Reed
Units/Costs
 
Fees - Select
ESC Member Fee
Description: Teams of four or more from a school will be invoiced for $100/registrant.
Cost: $125.00
NON-ESC Member Fee
Description: Teams of four or more from a school will be invoiced for $200/registrant.
Cost: $225.00
Hours
Professional Growth Points /6 Hours
Anyone currently employed at an ESC member district qualifies for the member rate to our workshops.  View current Region 8 members here.

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