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Your guide to a higher score on Praxis II®: Special Education (0351, 0352, 0690, 0371, 0381, 0321)
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Part I: Review of Specific Special Education Test Sections
- Knowledge- Based Core Principles (0351): Understanding exceptionalities; legal and societal issues; delivery of services
- Application of Core Principles Across Categories of Disabilities (0352): Curriculum; instruction; assesment; managing the learning environment; professional roles/issues and literature
- Preschool/Early Childhood (0690): Including human growth and development; knowledge of disabling conditions; evaluation, assessment, and eligibility criteria
- Teaching Students with Behavioral Disorders/Emotional Disturbance (0371): Factors that influence educationl delivery of services
- Teaching Students with Learning Disabilites (0381): Factors that influence education; delivery of services; curriculum and instruction
- Teaching Students with Mental Retardation (0321): Factors that influence education; delivery of services
Part II: 6 Full- Length Practice Tests
- Each practice ecam includes the same number of multiple - choice questions as the actual exam
- Complete with answers and explanations for all questions
Test-Prep Essentials from the Experts at CliffsNotes
A guide to help aspiring special education teachers pass their test
Twenty states require would-be special education teachers to pass various Praxis II tests for licensure. All six special education tests in the Praxis II series are covered in this book, which includes focused subject reviews and a full-length practice test for each subject assessment exam.
About the Author
For more than 35 years, Judy Paris has been professionally involved in the field of education as a teacher, a special education director, a superintendent, a consultant, an author, and a mentor and currently serves as adjunct faculty at several universities. She holds degrees/certifications in special education, early childhood education, elementary education, and educational leadership/administration. It is because of her desire for all children to be allowed to learn through discovery, to be offered a variety of educational opportunities, and to experience the world around that has led to her newest endeavor of developing a children’s museum for her community.
Table of Contents
Format of the Exam.
Content of the Exam.
Frequently Asked Questions.
Suggestions for Using This Study Guide.
PART I: REVIEW OF SPECIFIC SPECIAL EDUCATION TEST SECTIONS.
Knowledge-Based Core Principles (0351).
Application of Core Principles across Categories of Disability (0352).
Preschool/Early Childhood (0690).
Teaching Students with Behavioral Disorders/Emotional Disturbance (0371).
Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities (0381).
Teaching Students with Mental Retardation (0321).
PART II: PRACTICE TESTS WITH ANSWER EXPLANATIONS.
Knowledge-Based Core Principles (0351) Practice Exam.
Application of Core Principles across Categories of Disabilities (0352) Practice Exam.
Preschool/Early Childhood (0690) Practice Exam.
Teaching Students with Behavioral Disorders/Emotional Disturbance (0371) Practice Exam.
Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities (0381) Practice Exam.
Teaching Students with Mental Retardation (0321) Practice Exam.