2/27/2009

Even with state tests rapidly approaching, former California regional teacher of the year Heather Wolpert-Gawron writes that educators need not abandon their normal teaching philosophies. Instead, simple strategies such as teaching classes how to properly fill in the bubbles on Scantrons, familiarizing students with common testing words such as "analyze," and helping children write their own goals for the exams can really pay off, she writes.

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