Ultimately, this is every teacher’s goal: to be the one who gets the most Christmas cards, is always greeted with a respectful “Hello!” in the morning, and is gossiped about in a good way outside of school. How does a good teacher do this without losing control of her class and keeping her material stimulating and interesting for her students? Read on.
With summer quickly coming to a close, there are many things you should do before you start school. Although the weather is cooling down, you should make the most of the last days of summer vacation. Here is the list of the most important things to do before school starts, keep reading…
Testing anxiety is a psychological condition, characterized by feelings of overwhelming dread, hypertension, self-deprecation, and other symptoms when an individual is placed in a testing situation. Testing anxiety causes students who suffer from it to underperform at a level which drastically affects their academic success. A student with testing anxiety may earn average or above average scores on all homework assignments, and yet may “fail” a course due to what appear to be uncharacteristically low scores on all quizzes, tests, and exams. Although testing anxiety is what some might consider a “blanket diagnosis” for a wide variety of symptoms, here we have made available several tried and true methods for reducing testing anxiety’s most common causes.