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Webinar Archive

Access our Webinar Archive

Did you miss one of our live webinars? Access the recorded webinar below:

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AP Reporting and Tools 

Tuesday, September 20, 2011
11:30-12:30 pm, EDT
Recorded webinar (.mp4/2.3MB)

We're excited to announce that a number of new reports will be available on the Online Score Reports website in 2011, including the district summary reports, five-year school score summary, AP Scholar roster, and student datafile. Please join us to learn about the new AP reports and ways to utlize them to inform instruciton and professional development.

Audience: AP Coordinators, Counselors, Principals, Teachers, District Administration


PSAT Rollout

Friday, September 30, 2011
11:00-12:00 pm, EDT
Recorded webinar (.mp4/10MB)

Learn how to administer the 2011 PSAT/NMSQT Test to ensure more confident students, a successful PSAT test day, and more accurate student skills data.

Audience: PSAT Coordinators

College and Career Readiness Benchmarks - Guiding Students on the Path to College and Career Success

Thursday, October 6, 2011
11:30-12:30 pm, EDT
Recorded webinar (.mp4/9MB)

Join us to explore the College Board's new College and Career Readiness Benchmarks related to our ReadiStep, PSAT/NMSQT, and SAT assessments. These benchmarks represent the level of achievement, at key grade levels, that students should attain to be considered on the path to success in college. The benchmarks can be utilized by educators to measure the effectivenessof current academic programs at preparing students for college, identify areas in need of improvement, and track progress in college readiness rates over time.

Audience: PSAT Coordinators, Principals, Counselors, District Administration, Teachers 


Creating a College Going Culture

Tuesday, October 18, 2011
1:30-2:30 pm, EDT
Recorded webinar (.mp4/12.6MB)

Our redesigned standards based curriculum in partnership with Roadtripnation.org will motivate students to explore colleges and careers like never before. Join us to learn how this program will help create or reenergize a college going culture in your district. Students will learn from an earlier age to connect their passions to college choices and careers in a way that is meaningful to them. Great for first generation and low income students as the program educates them on the many different types of college and financial assistance available.

Audience: Principals, Counselors, District Administration, Teachers 


Counselor Resource Center + SAT Registration Tool = Great Counselor Resources

Thursday, November 10, 2011
11:30-12:30 pm, EDT
Recorded webinar (.mp4/11MB)

Free tools to do your job! Have you investigated the new online website, The Counselor Resource Center? You'll find materials, presentations, and college prep check lists for your work with students and parents at this rich website. How about the SAT Registration Tool? Find out which students have registered BEFORE the SAT test, and consider interventions that could help their performance.

Audience: Counselors, District Administration


Preparing Students for a Positive AP Exam Experience

Thursday, November 10, 2011
3:30-4:30 pm, EDT
Webinar Archive (.pdf/2MB)

This presentation will explore promising instructional practices aimed at planning an AP exam review session. AP teachers will offer valuable strategies to ensure a positive AP course/exam experience. Key questions to be addressed:

  • How do you prepare students for the AP exam format?
  • What key concepts must be developed to ensure a positive AP experience?
  • What Essential questions must teachers address as they get students revved up and ready for the May?

Participants will have a stronger understanding of AP exam review strategies to build confidence, reduce fears and increase student success in AP courses.

Audience: AP Coordinators, AP Teachers, Principals, District Administration 

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