The exam, and the data it provides, are excellent tools that not only help students target learning goals, but can assist teachers with embedding these high-level college-readiness skills into everyday instruction. This course will take a look at how to interpret and unpack PSAT scores and turn that knowledge into practical learning and teaching experiences in the classroom.
In this 45-minute course, you will learn:
- The PSAT format
- How to understand and best utilize scores
- How to help students perform better
- Skills Insight and Question Analysis
- How to improve learning and instruction on your campus
Dr. Tracy Scholz has been an educator for over 25 years. She has experience as a classroom teacher, department specialist, district interventionist, district coordinator, and served as the Associate Director for the Teacher Education Program at Rice University. She is a contributor to the teacher edition of Advanced Language and Literature (2016) and co-author of Foundations of Language and Literature (2018, 2023). She is currently the Director of Advanced Academic Studies in Spring Branch ISD in Texas.