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06
July
2017

Analyzing The Rigor of Your Math or Science Lesson

Revise and Refine your Math & Science Lesson Plans to Increase Rigor in the Classroom

This summer, take a look back at the way you structured your lesson content and analyzed word problems in math and science.  We’ll review a few areas you should consider when selecting problems for your students and determining how to deliver the lesson content in an appropriate way, aligned to the required depth for the standards.   This content corresponds to page one of our math & Science Lesson Analyzer and Lesson Plan.  Continue reading to download the Lesson Analyzer & Lesson Plan.

15
November
2016

SAT vs. ACT - Which One Should You Take

SAT vs. ACT - Which One Should You Take

With the recent changes made to the SAT®, the ACT and SAT are now quite similar.  Despite this, there are still some major differences to consider.  Students who are getting started with the college admission process may be considering which test makes the most sense for them based on their individual skills and comfort level.  To help these students make this critical decision, we have assembled a list of factors every student should consider when deciding if they should take the ACT, SAT or both.  Use the following criteria to help you decide as you prepare for the college admission process.  Getting started on the right foot by choosing a test that works best for you, may make the difference between getting that scholarship or getting into your top-choice school.

25
October
2016

Reading Comprehension Strategy Tools

A Comprehensive Set of Graphic Organizers & Reading Comprehension Tools For Educators & Parents

Reading Comprehension Strategy Tools

Use these 7 reading comprehension strategy tools and graphic organizers to guide reading lessons and tutoring sessions with your student(s).  Designed for teachers, parents or students, these tools help build reading comprehension by allowing students to more effectively organize information found within reading passages, in books or on exams.  Feel free to download, print, or share!  If you are interested in more free reading tools, please let us know in the comments section below.

27
September
2016

How to Make a Non-Newtonian Fluid

Make a Non-Newtonian Fluid Using Cornstarch & Water!

How to Make a Non-Newtonian Fluid

Here we demonstrate how to make a non-Newtonian fluid using everyday cornstarch and water.  We also explain the science behind non-Newtonian fluids and propose some experiments for you to try at home!

13
August
2016

2016 STAAR Reading Lexile Levels

STAAR Reading 2016

2016 STAAR Reading Lexile Levels

This tool analyzes the approximate Lexile levels for 3rd, 4th, 5th, grade passages from the 2016 released reading STAAR and estimates the corresponding approximate grade level for each passage.  Understanding the frequency of above-level passages and average approximate grade levels per STAAR can help educators to plan for more rigorous and accurate STAAR preparation in the future.  Included here, we provide a Lexile conversion chart, that can be used to determine each passages approximate grade level range.

16
July
2016

10 Test Taking Strategies To Improve Your Scores

10 Test Taking Strategies To Improve Your Scores

Taking exams may be one of the most stressful parts of an academic career.  Luckily, there are very simple, straightforward and effective steps you can take to give you an edge when taking any exam.  The private tutoring professionals at Action Potential Learning have put together a list of 10 of these strategies you can use on your next test.

16
July
2016

The College Admissions Secret Formula

What you need to know to get into the college of your choice.

Your chances of acceptance into college are based on three principles that colleges use to determine whether you will be successful.  We’ll refer to the three principles as your "college success quotient". In this article, prepared by the education experts at Action Potential Learning, each principle within the college success quotient will be broken down and explained more fully, giving you tips and strategies to improve your competitive edge in the college admissions process.

16
July
2016

How To Effectively Study For Exams

How To Effectively Study For Exams

When preparing for tests, there are various strategies that can help you develop a deep understanding of lesson material.  This level of understanding is especially critical for success in math and science.  The private tutoring professionals at Action Potential Learning have outlined some of these strategies in a new article; so make sure you use these tips when preparing for your next exam.

16
July
2016

Five facts you must know before taking the ACT

Five facts you must know before taking the ACT

The ACT can be one of the most important, yet challenging tests a student will take during his or her journey to the school of their choice.  In order to give you a competitive edge, the education professionals at Action Potential Learning have put together a list of 5 critical facts on the ACT's structure, content and objectives.  Make sure you know these facts prior to your test date.

16
July
2016

Improve your focus while studying

Improve your focus while studying

You’ve got stacks of notes and problems to solve before your next test- how do you stay focused long enough to make sure you understand the material?  For most students, having the discipline to focus on studying difficult, boring, or long notes is the most challenging part of preparing for a test or completing assignments.  This article, put together by the education experts at Action Potential Learning gives a simple procedure for you to follow to make sure you maximize your performance on tests and homework.

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