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How often do you feel like teaching Test Preparation to your students is a test in and of itself…but it shouldn’t be!
I have a lot of educational articles that cover current strategies, micro-lessons, and online trainings; all to help you, help your students prepare better for testing.
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How Being Stressed Affects Test Scores
I’ve seen how high-stakes testing has affected kids. We have kids who are so stressed out that they’re throwing up on their tests.
This week, I thought we should discuss strategies to use when different types of test questions are given to students.
As teachers help students prepare, we need to make sure that they not only feel comfortable with the material but also with taking a test.
Testing season is coming quickly. How do we keep our students focused as we inch closer and closer to testing and the end of the school year?
Teachers should stop reviewing for the test and use strategies to ensure students master skills and concepts.
How do you keep the learning going when everyone – students and teachers – are ready for summer? Here are some of my favorite ideas for the last weeks of school!
Over the next school year, Florida’s ELA and Math standards will be replaced with B.E.S.T. To help teachers prepare for the BEST standards, I am updating all of my Posters and Checklists to the new standards.
Students have to do something in between tests, and you certainly want it to be productive. So what can you do with your students in between testing?
Ever looked for an easy way to celebrate an occasion in your classroom? I have too, but who has the time to prep anything extra? Treat tags are easy to prepare and use.
Blooket is an engaging way to review concepts in your classroom. I connected with a member of the Blooket team and he answered my questions!
Games review concepts in a non-threatening way – there are no grades to worry about and friends can help you understand what to do.
After realizing that what I was looking for didn’t exist, I knew that I couldn’t be the only teacher needing more support in reading strategies.