How Do I Log In? o How do I Get My Students Started? o SAT Reports and Articles o
Shmoop Meeting Documents o Video Guides
What IS Shmoop?
Shmoop is a common-core aligned, online test prep service that the district purchased to help our PSAT/SAT and AP students access practice tests, drills, and topic reviews regarding content on each of the assessments.
Log-In, Basic Navigation
- Shmoop Log In for Teachers (also create a classroom)
- Shmoop Gradebook: Teachers (see how your students did!)
- Shmoop: Finding Review Topics and Drills (can present to students)
- Making Math Quizzes in Shmoop
How do I get my students started?
- Student Log in and Join Classroom
- SAT Longitudinal Plan for Teachers
The plan outlines priorities in 9th and 10th grades for PSAT, building up to the SAT in grade 11. Each month has a focus based on a College and Career Readiness Standard. Resources are housed in the Schoology group The SAT Challenge and include Shmoop topics, Collections materials, and released SAT material specific to that month. Teacher Guide includes links and directions you can use with your students.
The Website, Navigation
The district has purchased a license for EVERY high school student! Here are some presentations you can use in your classroom to get students started! Click on the links below for the product you’d like to work on with your students.
|SAT/PSAT Prep Tour: Log In, Joining a Classroom, and a few places to see. All juniors in the district have access to this powerful tool.|
|AP Tour: Logging In, Joining a Classroom, and places to look for help. All students have access to every AP exam section of Shmoop available.|
Having students start with a Practice Exam will quickly indicate skill strengths and weaknesses in your classroom. Try these guides to help your students:
SAT/PSAT Reports and Articles