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Tips for improving student ACT and SAT test scores.

Top 10 Tips to Keep You Awake While Studying

After a long day of classes and fulfilling other responsibilities, it’s hard to keep your eyes open while studying--especially if you're trying to balance teaching and grad school! You may even find yourself dozing off while reading, and if you’re struggling to stay awake, it’s going to be difficult to remember anything you’ve studied! To fix this, try these tips to keep you awake while studying.

Top 10 Classroom Rules for Elementary School Students

Classroom rules are important to your class community. When students have rules, they know what...

25 Questions to Ask at a Teaching Interview

You’re sitting in a teaching interview. Question after question comes your way, and you nail it!...

10 Reasons to Become a Teacher

The truth of the matter is that teaching isn’t a job for everyone. In fact, you should think long...

How Do I Put Student Teaching on my Resume?

Student teaching is an important part of your work experience as an educator, so you should...

Student Teaching Resume Examples

You taught the lessons. You turned in all the write-ups. You finished your student teaching! Here’s...

Do Cellphones Belong in the Classroom?

Recently, I watched as a group of elementary school students got off the school bus. To my...

5 Accelerated Teacher Certification Programs to Consider

Let’s face it. It’s very hard to get a teacher certification without putting your life on hold at...

All About ACT Accommodations

Acknowledging the mixed feelings educators have about standardized testing, they can be a good tool...

The ACT Fee Waiver: Supporting Low Income Students

It’s no secret that testing can be a costly enterprise for students. Even if a student forgos...

10 Tips for Acing the ACT Essay

The ACT Writing Test is an optional, 40-minute component of the ACT. This section tests a student’s...

What is the College Board?

As high school teachers, we often reference the College Board as our students prepare for the next...

What is the National Career Readiness Certificate?

Across high schools, there is plenty of preparation for college, from ACT and SAT practice to...

The Teacher's Guide to Answering Questions about College

If you teach high school, and especially upperclassmen, you’ve probably fielded some questions from...

How School Counselors can Help Prepare Students for the ACT

We tend to think of ACT prep as a teacher’s job, but a school’s college counselor can also be...

How to Support High School Test Prep in Your School's Curriculum

As busy instructors who must simultaneously juggle our own subject curriculum and adequately...

How Much Does the ACT Cost (and Does Your School Help Cover It)?

How costly the entire ACT-taking process is for students depends on several factors: how many times...

A Complete Guide to Preparing Your Students for ACT Test Day

After months spent studying for the ACT, many students experience anxiety and nervousness as their...

Your Complete, Free SAT Study Guide

There are a lot of SAT study guides out there, some of them so thick they’ll make your Amazon...

Six Month ACT Study Guide

If you are reading this, it’s likely that you have at least six months to prepare for the ACT, and...

How to Improve Your Students' Writing Using the ACT Essay Rubric

Because the ACT Writing test is optional, some teachers opt out of preparing students for it....

No Photo ID? Helping Students with the ACT Photo Requirement

As if taking the ACT itself wasn’t enough work, registering for the ACT can present a whole new set...

ACT or SAT: A complete guide to helping your students decide

SAT or ACT? Whether you live in a state that requires all students to take the ACT or SAT, or one...

Share with your students! The complete ACT study guide

Studying for a standardized test can be like navigating the Amazon River by yourself. It’s possible...

Is your class study-friendly? The right classroom layout for students

Chances are, your classroom layout looks pretty different than the one you experienced as a...
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