Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Test Anxiety Tips | Free Test Anxiety Help for Students

Tests

 

Death… 

Taxes… 

Standardized Testing…  

There’s just no avoiding these, it seems, so we might as well lump them together. 

So long as politicians continue to think that a one-time snapshot is an appropriate way to measure student learning, we’ll continue to have third-graders who stress-out over the testing monstrosities we’re required to force down their little throats by those self-appointed educator-legislators.  It’s an ethically and professionally reprehensible task that we’re required to perform – not because its right for kids, but because it helps politicians gain votes and helps the media distort the truth about learning with unreliable data gained from inappropriate assessment instruments.

To help kids (and teachers) deal with the stress forced upon them by these measures, here’s an exhaustive listing of test-taking tips

TAT

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