Test anxiety is the cognitive, emotional, and behavioral state of extreme discomfort during times of academic testing, evaluation, and other high-pressure situations.
For students in any grade level and any state, taking tests (and doing well on them) is an expectation. Between unit tests, final exams, and standardized assessments, the pressure is on to do well.
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Writing test questions is one of the hardest parts of teaching. You have to prompt students to retrieve information from your class with the proper wording and format that’ll show their progress in the classroom. So how do you write the perfect test questions?
Digital curriculum is quickly becoming a cornerstone in career and technical education. Test prep materials have been a cornerstone in CTE for decades. But what are the differences between the two? Don’t they do mostly the same thing? They do — sometimes. Other times, digital curriculum and test prep couldn’t be more different. In general, there are seven differences between digital curriculum and test prep materials: