“Good morning, students! It’s achievement test time!”
Is your school ready to handle achievement tests successfully? Allen describes and models best practices for before, during, and after test day. He explores questions including
- Why do we need tests?
- What is the goal of testing?
- What are potential problems with testing?
- How do we go about testing?
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CONTRIBUTOR: Allen Troyer
SERIES: CASBI 2019All items in the series:
- Administering Achievement Tests by Allen Troyer
- Attributes of an Anabaptist School by Jonathan Erb
- Dealing with Dilemmas Panel Discussion
- Dealing with Dilemmas Presentations
- Dealing with Dysfunctional Homes by Jonathan Erb
- Developing a High School Scope And Sequence by Kevin Graber
- Developing and Following a Budget by Eugene Yoder
- Examining Your School's Hidden Curriculum by Gerald Miller
- How To Do It by Randall Yoder
- Ministers Promoting The School in the Congregation by Wendell Miller
- Promoting Staff Development by Ken Kauffman
- Purposeful-Parent Teacher Activities by Victor Ebersole
- Role and Responsibilities of the Chairman by Anthony Lengacher
- Role and Responsibilities of the Principal or Administrator by Andrew Yoder
- Role and Responsibilities of the Treasurer by Eugene Yoder
- Seven Important Topics to Discuss by Doug Kauffman
- Why Teach Literature? by Jonas Sauder
- Achieving Their Best Test: Preparing Your Students for the Testing Experience