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The Albert Blog

Albert's test prep courses offer 70,000+ rigorous, aligned questions written in the style of the AP, SAT, and ACT exams. Students will gain exposure to engaging and rigorous content, master critical thinking skills, and clarify common misconceptions using our detailed explanations.

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Design Overhaul: Course Library

Today, Albert gets a major facelift. Our Course Library is now organized into two categories: High School Core and High School Test Prep. High School Test Prep includes our AP, SAT, and ACT products. And

How to Implement Developmentally Appropriate Practice

You may be differentiating by reading level, interest, and learning style, but are you differentiating based on student development? Teachers use “developmentally appropriate practice” — a method

What Drives Student Outcomes?

It’s likely you’ve heard, at some point in your life, a close friend or family member say the following: “I am so bored with my job. I think I want to become a teacher because I like kids.” What

Using Edtech to Differentiate Small Group Instruction

Most good teachers know that in order to address the needs of all students, they need to differentiate their instruction. Differentiation doesn’t mean a different lesson for every kid every day, but

Go Ahead and Complain: How Feedback Leads to Real Change at Albert

We have a team of 42 people at Albert. The Schools and Engineering teams are each 14 people, there is a Content team of eight (four on ELA/ Humanities, four on STEM), a Product team of four, which includes

Culturally Responsive Teaching: What is Edtech’s Role?

Good teachers know the importance of culturally responsive teaching.  A pedagogy that recognizes the importance of students’ cultural references in all aspects of teaching (Ladson-Billings, G, 1994),

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