How I Achieved a 95% Pass Rate in a Title School
Does that sound too hard to believe for a year-end, high-stakes test? Well, you can believe me that it took a TON of hard work and preparation, plus years of experimenting to learn how to do it – and how to repeat that accomplishment every single year.
“My mind is blown. I didn’t realize there are things I do in the actual testing room that almost guarantee some of my kids won’t pass. And I’ll never treat my test makeup sessions the same way again! I gave my copy to my principal and told her she had to read it.”
~Theresa (4th grade)
You can do this, too. Your kids can prepare for tests and succeed at this level. And you can learn from me so it doesn’t take years to figure it out. In fact, even if it’s only a week until your SBAC, PARCC or other state test this year, you can measurably improve your student’s scores using only the test administration ideas.
Your year-end testing results will never be the same again
But there’s a lot more than just test administration. I’m providing a roadmap that begins before the first day of school and doesn’t end until after the last bell on the last day. That’s right: I even explain what to teach after the test is over! (I like to be very thorough.)
Be sure to download the sample to see what you get. Here are a few highlights:
- Teacher and student attitudes
- Lesson planning and review
- Detailed logistical preparation
- Testing season motivation
- Effective proctoring and test make-ups
And a ton more, right down to the best ways to sharpen pencils on test days! When you are done reading, you’ll know every single one of my “secrets,” and your students will be reaping the same benefits mine did.
Principals: I’ve got plenty of advice for you, too!
Year-end high-stakes testing is serious business, as you well know. And stressful! Let me take some of that stress off of you. This is your recipe book; you’ll still have to do a lot of cooking, but at least you’ll know that your efforts will create a classroom of motivated, high-scoring students in the end.
P.S. This book includes access to a resource page on my website.