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TExES Test Preparation - Mathematics 8-12 Exam

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This course supports participants seeking Texas State Board of Education certification in 8-12 Mathematics. Participants learn test-taking strategies, stress reduction, and information required for the following domains of the TExES™ Mathematics 8-12: Domain I: Number Concepts Domain II: Patterns and Algebra Domain III: Geometry and Measurement Domain IV: Probability and Statistics Domain V: Mathematical Processes and Perspectives Domain VI: Mathematical Learning, Instruction, and Assessment Participants take practice tests, review test questions, analyze correct and incorrect answers, and create plans to further prepare for the exam.

This undergraduate-level course is 2 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 1
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 2 weeks

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    Sample Test AnalysisTest-Taking StrategiesMathematics 8–12 Exam Domains I and II

    • Identify effective test taking strategies.
    • Analyze stress factors and methods of overcoming stress associated with testing.
    • Determine personal strengths and weaknesses in Domain I: Number Concepts based on sample test results.
    • Determine personal strengths and weaknesses in Domain II: Patterns and Algebra based on sample test results.
    • Identify skills, concepts, and vocabulary associated with Domains I & II.
    • Identify the competencies and skills required for success in taking the TExES™ Mathematics 8–12 Exam.
    • Calculate the sample test results in each content area.

    TExES™ Mathematics 8–12 Exam Domains III – VI

    • Determine personal strengths and weaknesses in Domain III: Geometry and Measurement based on sample test results.
    • Determine personal strengths and weaknesses in Domain IV: Probability and Statistics based on sample test results.
    • Determine personal strengths and weaknesses in Domain V: Mathematical Processes and Perspectives based on sample test results.
    • Determine personal strengths and weaknesses in Domain VI: Mathematical Learning, Instruction, and Assessment based on sample test results.
    • Identify skills, concepts, and vocabulary associated with Domains III – VI.
    • Create an effective study plan based on analysis of sample test results.
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