Do-it-Yourself Course Design for Organizations
Don’t see what you’re looking for? No problem! Use our interactive Do-it-Yourself Design Lab to create a custom program or course that fits your organization's needs.

Based on your goals and concerns, we start with an assessment of your student’s strengths and weaknesses and then implement a program of study for improvement, evidenced by tangible performance in the classroom. Students receive personalized instruction from one or more of IST’s team members, with expertise in the relevant subject area(s). You can form your own group, or have us set one up for you based on shared goals and academic needs.

Design your course in five easy steps:
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Parent Toolkit

Generation Ed
By default, parents are the first teachers.  We operate on the awesome notion that parents should be the BEST teachers too!

Generation Ed (GenEd) is a non-profit subsidiary of IST whose mission is to equip parents of K-12 students with the tools necessary to become fully interactive in the education of their children. 
We use the term "parent" universally, to refer to biological parents, foster and adoptive parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and any other caregiver who has the primary responsibility of caring for a child.  To learn more about GenEd, please write to contact_us@innovativetestprep.com. 

InGenius Parent Blog
IST’s InGenius Parent Blog connects you to IST's expert consultants and other parents to discuss important educational topics. Everything from insider opinions on the best local private schools for your children, to top-notch summer programs, to college admissions, is all in one place. When you have information that is beneficial to the purpose of this site, be sure to pass it on. Click here to visit now.  Be sure to connect with IST on Facebook too!
Valuable Academic Resources
Academic Enrichment:

   •    www.schoolfamily.com
   •    www.google.com/options/universities
   •    http://bookadventure.org
   •    http://myhero.com/home.asp
   •    http://www.kidsreads.com/

Standardized Tests:

   •    www.collegeboard.com
   •    www.act.org
   •    www.ssat.org
   •    www.erbtest.org

College Planning:

   •    http://www.collegeparents.org/cpa/resource.html
   •    www.collegeboard.com
   •    www.nacac.org
   •    www.college.gov

Learning Challenges:

   •    http://www.guidetoonlineschools.com/library/learning-disabilities
   •    http://www.ncld.org/
   •    http://www.ldresources.com/
   •    http://www.ldonline.org/
   •    http://www.aacld.org/


   •    http://www.add.org/
   •    http://www.oneaddplace.com/
   •    http://www.ADDdoctor.com/


   •    Barkin, C. (1998). When your Kid Goes Off to College: A Parent’s Survival Guide.  Avon Books: New York.

   •    Coburn, K. L. & Treeger, M. L. (1997). Letting Go: A Parent’s Guide to Understanding the College Years.
         Harper-Perennial: New York.

   •    Savage, M. (2003). You’re on your own (but I’m here if you need me): Mentoring Your Child During the College 
         Years. Fireside: New York.
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