Albert's test prep courses offer 40,000+ 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.
Consult a curriculum map. Check school calendar to account for professional development days, holidays, early-releases, late-starts, or standardized testing days and determine when to teach each stand...
This holiday season we are grateful for all of our Albert Level 1 Certified Teachers! There are currently over 250 certified teachers working in schools all across the country.
This November we are spotlighting Ms. Kama Smith, a teacher at Tupelo High School in Tupelo, Mississippi. The school is a two-time National Blue Ribbon School and offers a whopping 24 AP courses.
For this week’s Albert teacher spotlight, we chatted with Patrick Skuba. Patrick teaches AP Language and Composition at Liberty High School in Bakersfield, California. It is part of the Kern High
We recently chatted with Stephanie Stone who is an AP Environmental Science teacher in Maryland. While she’s taught science for 20+ years, she just recently started teaching an AP class. Sh
For this week’s Albert teacher spotlight, we chatted with Stephanie Stone, an AP Environmental Science Teacher at Chopticon High School in St. Mary’s County, Maryland. Stephanie has taught for
We recently talked with superstar teacher Brad Clarke about his use of Albert in a discussion-centered classroom. We were so inspired, we created a guide to help you do the same!
To kick off our new Albert teacher spotlight series, we chatted with Dr. Brad Clarke. Dr. Clarke teaches at Gould Academy in Bethel, Maine. Known lovingly by his students as “DC,” he us
The team at Albert is excited to announce the launch of our new Foundations and NGSS Engage products. These products represent Albert’s expansion into general education products beyond our traditional
Exposure to college courses at a high school level through programs such as Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment are helping students to increase their chance of enrolling in and maintaining their postsecondary
Even the most seasoned educator occasionally falls into a rut with their curriculum. If the old syllabus isn’t hitting new district goals, or if you’re just looking to make teaching interesting again,
Teaching an AP® class for the first time is an inevitable challenge. Especially true as a first year teacher! Miranda Schaelling went through exactly that experience when she began her career as a
Project based learning is an experiential approach to education. A good PBL program is student-centric and allows learners the freedom to explore their interests and learning styles alongside core