November’s Teacher’s Corner Column: A Guide to Summative and Formative Assessments

Teacher’s Corner is a monthly newsletter from eNotes just for teachers. In it, experienced educator and eNotes contributor Susan Hurn shares her tips, tricks, and insight into the world of teaching. Check out this month’s Teacher’s Corner column below, or sign up to receive the complete newsletter in your inbox at eNotes.com. Keeping Up with Assessment…

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3 Tips to Overcome Test Anxiety

For many of you end of year finals are here, or if not, they’re lurking behind the next corner. If this thought makes your stomach drop or your palms sweat, we have some helpful tips for working past your test anxiety and getting the grade you deserve. Read on, and good luck! It’s time for that…

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Changes Are Afoot for the SAT

Yesterday it was announced that the SAT would be revising its test for the second time in just over a decade. To help you prepare for the next version of this popular standardized test, find here an outline of the changes plus other important announcements from The College Board that will impact future college admissions.…

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Education Testing…1…2…3

Does more equal better?  When it concerns students’ essay scores on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SATs), that may well be the case. Milo Beckman, a fourteen-year-old student at Stuyvesant High School in New York conducted a study among his peers after becoming frustrated with the scores he received on the exam. Beckman took the exam…

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