Teachers are the backbone of the Education Opens Doors Program. Our teachers implement the comprehensive program in their classrooms, fostering college conversations during the school day and contributing to a school-wide college-going culture.
Find all of your necessary materials including PowerPoints and lesson plans for effectively implementing the Education Opens Doors Program.
Benefits For Teachers
The Education Opens Doors Program is a comprehensive resource for your classroom. Our teachers praise the program as an easy-to-use tool that allows them to facilitate conversations about college in their classrooms. Some key features of the program are:
Comprehensive Lesson Plans
Over 40 weekly interactive, engaging and manual-aligned lesson plans for teachers with accompanying PowerPoints and extension activities.
Professional Learning Communities
A professional learning community with experienced Education Opens Doors Program teachers who can share best practices and engage in ongoing professional development.
Objective Aligned Assessments
Rigorous pre- and post-tests which measure the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate high school and a postsecondary pathway.
Data analysis of student growth in both college and career knowledge and college aspirations to share with schools, teachers and parents.
Feedback Driven Resources
Opportunities to share feedback about the program through monthly visits with an impact manager, targeted surveys throughout the school year and focus groups for students and teachers.
Are you looking for a comprehensive program designed to increase college and career knowledge in your classroom? Check out a sample lesson below, or head over to our partnerships page to learn more about bringing the Education Opens Doors Program to your campus.
Andrew Rhodes is the Social Studies Teacher at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic School. Once a week, he uses Education Opens Doors Program lessons to best prepare his students for their futures. Mr. Rhodes shared, "Education Opens Doors gives students access to information and opportunities that reach further than the typical classroom."
His students use the knowledge and skills they learn through the program almost immediately as they persist through the rigorous high school application process. He encourages his students to be their best! If you ask Mr. Rhodes' students who they would turn to ask with questions about high school, college or career, they all gleefully point to him.