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TExES Test Preparation - Special Education Exam

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This course is designed for students seeking teaching certification in the area of Special Education, as required by the Texas State Board of Education. Students will receive information on testing strategies, vocabulary, formulas, and other subject-specific information required in: Domain I: Understanding Individuals with Disabilities and Evaluating Their Needs Domain II: Promoting Student Learning and Development Domain III: Promoting Student Achievement in English Language Arts and Reading and in Mathematics Domain IV: Foundations and Professional Roles and Responsibilities Opportunities to take practice tests, to review test questions by analyzing both correct and incorrect answers, and to use the information gathered from analysis and practice assessments help prepare students 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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    TExES™ Special Education Exam Domains III & IV

    • Identify skills, concepts, and vocabulary associated with Domains III & IV.
    • Create an effective study plan based on analysis of sample test results.
    • Determine personal strengths and weaknesses in Domain III: Promoting Student Achievement in English Language Arts and Reading and in Mathematics based on sample test results.
    • Determine personal strengths and weaknesses in Domain IV: Foundations and Professional Roles and Responsibilities based on sample test results.

    Sample Test Analysis and TExES™ Special Education Exam Domains I & II

    • Identify the competencies and skills required to successfully take the TExES™ Special Education Exam.
    • Calculate the sample test results in each content area.
    • Determine personal strengths and weaknesses in Domain I: Understanding Individuals with Disabilities and Evaluating Their Needs based on sample test results.
    • Determine personal strengths and weaknesses in Domain II: Promoting Student Learning and Development based on sample test results.
    • Identify skills, concepts, and vocabulary associated with Domains I & II.
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