Re: assessment center
- --- In AYA-SSH@egroups.com, lupohuvie@a... wrote:
> HI-concentrate on American History; even though it was my major, I have
> I had off this week, so I gave my brain a rest. I need to
never taught it, so . . .
> Have you looked at the assessment simulation -- I briefly glanced
it before my vacation; it looks like it could be both helpful and
> Keep in touch. When is your test? Mine is July 13th.
I've been off-line for two months, moving (twice), then looking for
this new address. I was glad to see someone else scheduled for late
(I'm taking AC July 12). Has anyone else been frustrated with
of writing in the articles? A couple of sentences in the first one
are unintelligible ... missing words, incomplete thoughts, etc. I've
taught US, Econ, and Geography, but remember virtually nothing about
world history. I have a high school text book to review; I've
to bone up on government, also with a textbook, noting areas of my
weakness that I know need review. Any other ideas for succeeding in
this? How much time are you devoting to the practice stuff
graphs, etc.)? Will ours be the same, or not? How do we take
notes/What kinds of notes do we take? I've about had it with
my brain; it's time to panic! Thanks for any insights.
- --- In AYA-SSH@yahoogroups.com, "-" <cgouzd1@...> wrote:
>I've got AP books to study in all the areas. I haven't seen or heard anything anywhere on studying for the assessment center, unlike elementary teachers that really have a network of chats and study groups. If anyone finds anything please let me know.
> Is anyone preparing for the Assessment center yet? If so, how?