Improve Student Performance – Without Increasing Your Workload

Without adding to the ever-growing list of teacher responsibilities, you can improve student test scores according to a timeline that works for your school’s schedule. It’s not just about knowing the curriculum – but knowing how to prepare for and take the test.

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Resources for Educators


ZAPS Test Prep for ACT, SAT, and PSAT/NMSQT

Third-party research shows that Doorway to College Foundation ZAPS seminars – built around curriculum created by educators who understand crucial test-taking tips and strategies – help students at all levels by:

  • Boosting current classroom performance 
  • Increasing test scores for students who want to pursue a college education
  • Qualifying students for grants/scholarships when they’ve ruled out higher education due to costs 
  • Opening doors for students who thought their test scores wouldn’t qualify them for higher education 

Participants learn proven test-taking strategies that work.

But don't worry! Incorporating this curriculum doesn't have to take up your valuable time, money, or resources. There are a few options for schools to pursue when it comes to teaching students how to prepare for the SAT and ACT:

 

Contact us to learn how to host your own ZAPS seminar or webinar whenever it's most convenient for you!

 

Build Test Prep into Your Curriculum

ACT & SAT Classroom Activities: Incorporating ZAPS Test Prep into Your Curriculum is a guidebook specifically designed to help educators like you build college test prep strategies into existing coursework and schedules. Published by Doorway to College Foundation, this resource provides 214 pages of curriculum support for your staff in Reading/English, Math, and Science classes. Great for small- or large-group college prep classes, too!

 

Trained Educator Program

Excellent student performance on standardized tests begins with excellent classroom preparation. Teachers should be included in discussions regarding what they teach. If you're an educator, guidance counselor, or principal, we invite you to read the following documents. Then let us know what you think by sending a note to answers@doorwaytocollege.com. We’d love to hear from you, and what you think about our Trained Educator Program.

 

Kickstart to College Workshops

This counselor-approved information will equip your students to succeed in their future journeys. Each interactive workshop is designed specifically for the needs of students based on specified grade levels. Learn more!

 

College/Test Prep E-Books

Doorway to College Foundation has published a series of free and low-cost e-books for college-bound students and their parents, covering topics such as study skills, college visits, applications and more. These can be shared with your students at key times during their junior high and high school years to help boost their confidence and performance. Browse the collection! 

There's also a special series you can share with student-athletes, written by a former Big Ten scholarship athlete about how students can boost their chances of playing on a college team — and then succeed in college once they get there. 

 

StudySmart! Study Skills

This series of e-books, classes, and webinars will provide your middle and high school students with powerful techniques to make studying effective, efficient, and even fun.

 

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Schools across the country are successfully seeing results from working with Doorway to College Foundation. Check out the results, and find out what they have to say about the experience

               

 

Our nonprofit organization is here to help you provide your students with effective, efficient test preparation and create new paths for those who want to pursue higher education. To learn more about how you can prepare your students, contact us at 877-927-8378 or answers@doorwaytocollege.com.