These guides were created to help teachers and curriculum specialists:
- Generate ideas about integrating SAT practice and skill development into challenging course work.
- Interpret student scores, monitor progress, and make connections between scores, curriculum, and instruction.
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- Teacher Implementation Guide for the Redesigned SAT (.pdf/4.87MB)
- Using Scores and Reporting to Inform Instruction (.pdf/3.29MB)
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- Why Redesign the SAT?
The redesigned SAT supports our goal of ensuring all students make a successful transition to college.
- Getting Familiar with the Redesigned SAT
Introduction to the most important changes to test content.
- Connecting SAT Content with Classroom Instruction
Learn about the tests and review sample questions annotated with skill-building strategies to try in the classroom:
- Scoring and the Redesigned SAT
An overview of reported scores, online score reports, and concordance table delivery schedule.
- Preparing Your Students for Success
About the Khan Academy partnership and next steps.
- Using Scores and Reporting to Inform Instruction: Section 1
Describes scoring across the SAT Suite of Assessments.
- Using Scores and Reporting to Inform Instruction: Section 2
Discusses monitoring and supporting student progress, adjusting curriculum and instruction, and monitoring assessment trends for school improvement.
- Appendix A: Instructional Strategies
Strategies for integrating SAT practice into the classroom.
- Appendix B: Graphic Organizers
Handouts to support classroom exercises.
- Appendix C: Essay Rubric and Sample Papers
Essay scoring criteria and sample questions.
- Using Scores and Reporting to Inform Instruction: Appendix
Previews and explains standard reports.