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NAPLAN testing is an important event in any school’s calendar and this year is particularly important as it is the last one before NAPLAN online is officially rolled out in school year 2017. While the move may be a year away, the transition is in full swing – pilots are being conducted and the National Assessment Program (NAP) for Civics and Citizenship is going digital this year. What’s more, students and teachers will be able to test drive the new system starting in the second half of 2016 when an online environment using the actual NAPLAN online assessment platform becomes available.
As with any major change, it pays to prepare in advance. That’s why we spoke with a few former-teachers to get their take on the questions that teachers and school leadership need to ask to ensure their infrastructure and people are ready, whether in an online or paper-based NAPLAN testing environment:
Ultimately, having this level of preparation helps to remove unnecessary stress for students and allows them to perform their best while in test conditions. How does your school prepare? Do you have any pre-test routines? Let us know in the comments.
For some states and territories, this week saw teachers and students return to the classroom to gear up for Term 2. As we’ve mentioned previously…
Now that we’ve explored why NAPLAN tests exist and how schools can prepare, we’d like to dig deeper…