Presentation Title

CommonLit and the Benefits of Test Preparation and Format Introduction

University

Shawnee State University

Major

English Language Arts 7-12 Education

Student Type

Undergraduate Student

Presentation Types

Oral Presentation

Keywords:

End-of-course, Formatting, Test-preparation, Anxiety

Description

In the world of education, there are many issues and disconnections between the way that material in the classroom is taught across the country and the way that students are tested at a state and national level. The theory of this study is that students with bi-weekly practice with the program CommonLit throughout a semester will feel more prepared for the end-of-course standardized test.

Faculty Sponsor Name

John Roush

Faculty Sponsor Title

Assistant Professor of Education

Faculty Sponsor Academic Department

School of Education

Location

MAS 208

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CommonLit and the Benefits of Test Preparation and Format Introduction

MAS 208

In the world of education, there are many issues and disconnections between the way that material in the classroom is taught across the country and the way that students are tested at a state and national level. The theory of this study is that students with bi-weekly practice with the program CommonLit throughout a semester will feel more prepared for the end-of-course standardized test.