STICK IT AND MAKE IT STICK! Do you want to encourage your students with positive notes at test taking time? Are you looking for unique ways to boost your student's motivation and confidence? These encouraging messages can be used during any time of year with any grade level in order to inspire your students to do their best on high stakes (or low stakes) testing.

Stick It to Make It Stick!™ - Emoji Themed Encouragement for Test Taking

STICK IT AND MAKE IT STICK! Do you want to encourage your students with positive notes at test taking time? Are you looking for unique ways to boost your student's motivation and confidence? These encouraging messages can be used during any time of year w

High Stakes Testing: Vocabulary Builder:  1st - 4th Grades

High Stakes Testing: Vocabulary Builder: 1st - 4th Grades

SLPs & teachers, do your younger elementary students struggle with comprehending even the directions of high stakes standardized tests (such as the PARCC

Help your students feel more successful by teaching them vocabulary commonly found in the directions of high stakes standardized tests with this word per week unit by Natalie Snyders, SLP!

High Stakes Testing: Vocabulary Builder: 1st - 4th Grades

Help your students feel more successful by teaching them vocabulary commonly found in the directions of high stakes standardized tests with this word per week unit by Natalie Snyders, SLP!

Highlighting the pros and cons to high stakes tests: Pros-"High-stakes test results can be used to help teachers create a learning plan based on your kid's needs. Data from statewide testing is almost always publicly available. As a parent, you can look at these results to see how well, or poorly, your child's school is performing." Cons-"High stakes exams can cause anxiety, but yearly testing and frequent practice tests can help kids improve their test-taking abilities over time."

High Stakes Testing Pros and Cons

Help your students learn valuable vocabulary words often found in the directions of standardized tests with this year-round "High Stakes Testing: Vocabulary Builder" product, which targets one word per week.

High Stakes Testing - Vocabulary Builder

This product is designed to strengthen a student's testing vocabulary throughout an entire school year, with one word used per week (with a total o.

This discussion examines the role of high-stakes standardized testing and its relationship to student success is discussed. Some key points discussed:  *leaving out gifted and talented students *Not meeting the needs of special needs students *The effects of teaching to the test both positive and negative results.

The role of high-stakes standardized testing and its relationship to student success is discussed.

Are you looking for an easy way to assess your students in the days of high stakes testing in writing!  Here is everything you need to pretest your students in the first weeks of school-and it is FREE!  A formal prompt, two stories (plus add an oral reading as a third), planning pages, note taking guide, and cute writing paper is found inside this product!  Grab this FREEBIE now at The Best Days!  While you are there, check out my other writing prompts listed in the description!

This PRETEST activity allows students, and teachers, gather information, take notes, and complete an essay based on the process used to assess them through

What Is High Stakes Testing?: High stakes testing can be quite stressful for students and teachers.

What Is High Stakes Testing?

High stakes testing is used to measure student learning and achievement. However, its widespread use is quite controversial. This article looks at both sides of the argument.

High Stakes Testing: Vocabulary Builder - For 1st through

High Stakes Testing: Vocabulary Builder: 1st - 4th Grades

High Stakes Testing: Vocabulary Builder - For through

This resource is intended to be a fun activity to help relieve student stress before a high-stakes test. Administer this fake test as if it were real and once students realize that it's not, ask them to generate their own ridiculous test questions. Have students take each others' “tests” or ask students to share out their best questions.

This resource is intended to be a fun activity to help relieve student stress before a high-stakes test. Administer this fake test as if it were re…

Pinterest
Search