Boost Test Scores (7-12)

Raise Test Scores in Hard to Handle Students (Grades 7-12)

Must-know Methods to Prepare for Test-Taking
Math, Reading, Science, & Assessment Writing
Winning With Standardized Assesment
How to Handle: Students with Behavior Disorders, Bullies and Defiant,
Students Who are Lazy and Unmotivated, Students with ADHD * LD * Bipolar Disorder
Five Key Skills for Student Who are Disruptive

ATi Inservice Agenda

Must-know Methods to Prepare for Test-Taking
Teach test-taking skills
Reduce test anxiety before, during, and after the test
How to handle students who:

  • “give up” while taking tests
  • become frustrated during testing
  • Students who go too fast during test taking
  • How to help students avoid careless mistakes

How to Handle Students With Behavior Disorders, Bullies & Defiance
Expert tools for students who are defiant and angry
Proven solutions for teaching students self-control
Five common mistakes in handling students who are bullies and what to do instead
Powerful tools to stop students who are raging in their tracks
Must-knows for students with Behavior Disorders

How to Handle Students Who are Lazy and Unmotivated
A showcase of ways to motivate students that will keep them on “track”
How to turn kids around who don’t turn in their work, who don’t care, and who tune you out
Learn the educator’s showcase of ways to reach and teach and involve your students
Receive dozens of solutions and interventions for reaching even the student who is the most unmotivated

Winning with Standardized Assessment
Pre-assessment strategies
On-Going Assessment
Grades and Grading
Authentic tasks
Final Grades
Receive multiple assessment instruments you may duplicate for your students

Math, Reading, Science, & Assessment Writing in Hard to Handle Students
Schools must bring increasing percentages of children from all backgrounds up to scratch
on reading, math, and writing tests
Learn how to help students write to achieve and improve
How to apply assessment writing to all areas of the curriculum

Five Key Skills for Students Who are Disruptive
How to handle students who don’t stay seated
How to stop constant chatter
How to handle students who are disrespectful
How to handle students who try to take over your class
Effective strategies for reducing conflict

How to Handle ADHD • LD • Bipolar Disorder
The #1 vital ingredient that students with ADHD need to be calm
Top five reasons students with ADHD misbehave and what to do about it
ATi’s tools for handling students with LD and Bipolar Disorder
Dozens of solutions and interventions used effectively in USA classrooms for
students with ADHD, LD, and Bipolar Disorder

How to Handle Students Who are Manipulators
Special tools for students who lie and cheat, act helpless, are stubborn, clown around,
“play cool,” and are smooth fast talkers
Receive powerful techniques to end “student cons”
Discover the 5 most common ways students get their way and stop the pattern

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University Semester Credit
Semester hours from The University of the Pacific Center for Professional and Continuing Education. $62 per credit. Acceptable to most participants, including many on district funding or release time, as credit is awarded for additional, “Teacher-Friendly”TM, follow-up activities. For Graduate Professional Development participants NOT pursuing an advanced degree at UOP. Enroll at the seminar, except in CT, NJ, OH, PA and WI. Credit for seminars in these states, or for other credit questions ONLY, call (800) 479-1995.