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Best of Test Prep Educational Article Blog Posts
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.
Here are a few to get you started.
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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.
I have found that part of preparing students for testing season is having them work through each type of question beforehand.
Over my time in the classroom, I developed solid test-taking strategies that really helped my students be prepared for the test
How do you differentiate your prep work enough so each student is fully prepared for testing? BalloonPop™ games are a great way to differentiate test prep for a student’s needs.
Is there a way to make sure students do well on testing? I think there is! I wrote two articles on testing that I encourage you to read.
Students should have a good understanding of Greek and Latin roots and affixes as one of the building blocks of English language.
A lot of kids struggle with comprehension because they are so focused on figuring the words that they lose meaning. To solve this problem, I developed BalloonPop™ phonics games!
Testing season can be stressful for both teachers and students, but I found that the earlier I began prepping my kids, the better they felt!
Let’s discuss strategies to use for the different types of test questions students may see on tests – both classroom assessments and standardized tests.
I finally figured out that being smart doesn’t necessarily mean you understand how to take a test. What are test-taking strategies that my students need to know?
Like many teachers, I don’t believe in “teaching to the test.” At the same time, knowing what to expect on the test is important to calm students’ nerves. What should teachers focus on?