Participation rates when available
High-level benchmark information, with tie to detailed benchmark reports
Question Analysis Report
Aggregate performance on each question (easy vs. medium vs. hard difficulty) in each test
Percent of students who selected each answer for each question
Applicable subscore and cross-test score mapped to each question
Comparison to parent organization(s) performance
Access question details for disclosed form (question stem, stimulus, answer choices and explanations)
Sample Reports (continued)
Instructional Planning Report
Aggregate performance on subscores
Mean scores for subscore and related test score(s)
Display applicable state standards for each subscore
Drills through to the questions linked to subscores and cross-test scores
Follow-Up Activity: Tips for Professional Learning Communities and Vertical Teams
The “Tips for Professional Learning Communities and Vertical Teams” is available to guide teams of colleagues in the review and analysis of SAT reports and data.
How well do I teach students skills related to Heart of Algebra?
How well do I teach students skills related to Problem Solving and Data Analysis?
What can I do in my classroom immediately to help students understand what they’ll see on the SAT?
How can I adjust my assessments to reflect the structure of questions on the SAT?
What additional resources do I need to gather in order to support students in becoming college and career ready?
How can I help students keep track of their own progress toward meeting the college and career ready benchmark?
Redesigned SAT Teacher Implementation Guide
See the whole guide at collegereadiness.collegeboard.org
What’s in the Redesigned SAT Teacher Implementation Guide?
Information and strategies for teachers in all subject areas
Overview of SAT content and structure
General Instructional Strategies
Sample test questions and annotations
Skill-Building Strategies for your classroom
Keys to the SAT (information pertaining to the SAT structure and format)
Rubrics and sample essays
Scores and reporting
Advice to share with students
Questions or comments about this presentation or the SAT Suite?