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Test Anxiety: Strategies to Improve Student Performance – New Laminated Guide Now Available

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From Dr. Joseph Casbarro, author of the book Test Anxiety and What You Can Do About It, comes this new quick-reference laminated guide for teachers, parents and school staff. The 6-page guide provides practical, evidence-based strategies for reducing test-related anxiety and improving test performance and overall well-being in students ranging from elementary to high school age. It includes information about the cognitive, emotional, and physical components of test anxiety (the “test anxiety triangle”) and the two domains of influence that affect anxiety.

Readers will find recommendations for conveying positive messages to students, and teaching effective study skills & habits, as well as specific test-taking skills. Step-by-step instructions for how to teach students stress-reduction techniques such as deep breathing, freewriting, progressive muscle relaxation, guided imagery, mindfulness and meditation, and positive self-talk are also included in this concise yet comprehensive guide.

For more information on Test Anxiety: Strategies to Improve Student Outcomes and to place online orders, please visit Bulk discounts are available for orders of more than 10 copies. 

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