SAT Resources Available Through MAISA/GELN

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Continuing the series of highlighting activities and resources that take place in MASSP's recently updated Data Analysis Protocol 2.0 Workshop, participants will be able to explore a great instructional staff resource that highlights both Math and ELA content related to the SAT. This resource was developed by MAISA and GELN organizations through their SAT Task Force initiative. During the activity, participants will access the content and review the links, websites, and other curated articles for teachers to use with students before reflecting on how to implement the resources back in their buildings.

Accessing the MAISA/GELN SAT Resources

To access the SAT resources gathered through MAISA & GELN, learners will need to first go the website to get started. The SAT Task Force provides a series of links to many SAT-related topics. There are subject specific resources for Math & ELA, as well as other important topics regarding the test that would be beneficial for schools to review.

When reviewing the Math or ELA Instructional Practices resources pages, learners can access curated resources and videos that focus on instructional practices for SAT content. In these documents, learners can identify the most appropriate resources for their needs since each items comes with a resource name, description, example, and the SAT content standard it is tied to.

Workshop participants are given time to explore these resources then reflect on how they will bring these items back to their buildings and help teachers use them for instruction. Participants then share other takeaways from the activity including ideas and strategies for implementation in the classroom. Take a look at and download the workshop handout here.

Upcoming Sessions

To learn more about this activity and other great resources you can bring back to your building, register to attend MASSP's Data Analysis Protocol Workshop 2.0. Additional workshop dates and locations will be added in the near future.

Interested in having us come to your campus to host the workshop? Contact MASSP's Brad Gray at or (517) 327-5315.