By Emma Bowen
AP tests are here and along with that, the nerves and stress that accompany them.
Mrs. Joyce Hannula, one of the AP psychology teachers at Bozeman High School, witnesses every year the ups and downs that come from AP courses. 565 more words
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By Emma Bowen
"I Feel Nervous...Very Nervous" Addressing Test Anxiety in Inner City Schools Through Play and Performance
Record: Lobman, C. (2014). “I Feel Nervous . . . Very Nervous” Addressing Test Anxiety in Inner City Schools Through Play and Performance. Urban Education, 49(3), 329-359. 1,967 more words
Record: Embse, N., & Hasson, R. (2012). Test Anxiety and High-Stakes Test Performance Between School Settings: Implications for Educators. Preventing School Failure: Alternative Education for Children and Youth,56, 180-187. 1,794 more words
Record: Hill, K., & Wigfield, A. (1984). Test Anxiety: A Major Educational Problem And What Can Be Done About It. The Elementary School Journal, 105-105. Retrieved April 17, 2015. 2,976 more words
Exam time. Just those words alone are enough to get my blood pressure up.
As I mentioned in a previous post, I am actually not a full-time student, I am what the University calls a “special student.” Which is a polite way of saying “student who kinda messed up the first time around, and is now back taking courses to prepare for a Masters in a program they didn’t actually do the necessary undergraduate course work in.” Or at least that’s actually what it means in my case. 1,394 more words