ETE 020 – How Teachers Can Prepare Their Students Emotionally for Tests

It’s a proven fact that when students develop an extreme fear of performing poorly on tests, they are going to experience test anxiety.

Anxiety is a basic human emotion consisting of fear and uncertainty that happens as a result of fear or any other uncertainty.

In this situation, students know that high-stakes tests determine a lot for them (graduation, class scheduling and labeling).

But what role do teachers play in the emotional upkeep of their students and their students’ performance?

In Episode #020 of Educate to Elevate, Kantis and Kelly go in to practical detail on what both teachers and parents can do to support their students emotional health.

Watch Episode 020 – How Teachers Can Prepare Their Students Emotionally for Test

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About The Author

Kantis Simmons

Kantis Simmons is a Rocket Scientist, Academic Guru, Author and Nationally Renowned Motivational Speaker that's on a mission to improve overall student and teacher performance in this country. Schools, colleges, and organizations bring him in to speak on topics like: How to Get Better Grades, How to Succeed in STEM, How to Prevent Teacher Burnout, and How to Motivate Students. He's the author of Playing Your 'A' Game, and creator of the Educate to Elevate Podcast. Request him to speak at 404-458-7668 or