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Course SummaryIn this comprehensive test preparation course, you'll study concepts that you need to know for the GACE Family and Consumer Sciences Education Test II. Access these fun lessons and practice quizzes at any time to prepare for the exam and master the fundamentals of the family and consumer sciences. This Study.com course was last updated in 2018.
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If you need to get ready for the Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators (GACE) Family and Consumer Sciences Test II, this course is for you! Consisting of bite-sized video lessons, practice assessments and supplemental study resources, this course offers a fast and efficient way to review the topics that you'll likely encounter on the exam. You'll study the basics of human growth and development, family relationships, home design, parenting skills, early childhood education and much more. The course is accessible online at any time that fits your schedule, and our subject-matter experts are available to answer any questions you may have about the material.
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Syllabus & Course Information
We've aligned this course specifically with topics that appear on the GACE Family and Consumer sciences Education Test II. As you progress through the course, you'll solidify your understanding of foundational family and consumer sciences topics, including early childhood education, community services, family/interpersonal relationships, living environments and family/consumer science instruction. By the end of the course, you should be able to:
- Trace the development of infants, toddlers, preschoolers, school-aged children, adolescents and adults
- Identify human growth and development influences, milestones and abnormalities
- Discuss foundational concepts in early childhood education
- Compare types of family, love and interpersonal relationships
- Assess communication methods for overcoming relationship conflicts
- Outline the parenting process and identify family resources
- Recognize educational and career options in the family and consumer sciences
- Name basic career skills
- Summarize important education theories
- Evaluate housing selection factors and home design features
The course's 18 topical chapters contain 122 concise lessons that highlight key terms and explore family and consumer science topics in an engaging and easy-to-understand manner. When you finish a lesson, try the accompanying self-assessment quiz to reinforce your knowledge. You can also take the final course exam to gauge your readiness for the GACE test.
GACE Family and Consumer Sciences Education Test II (045) Exam Information
The purpose of the GACE exams is to evaluate the pedagogical knowledge and instructional skills that are required for teaching professionally in the state of Georgia. The GACE Family and Consumer Sciences Education Test II is a requirement for teacher certification in the subject.
- Number of Questions: 80
- Question Type: Selected-response
- Time Limit: 2 hours
- Exam Cost: $123
GACE Family and Consumer Sciences Education Test II (045) Exam Breakdown
|GACE Family and Consumer Sciences Education Test II Concept||Percent of the GACE Family and Consumer Sciences Education Test II||Approximate Number of Questions||Chapter Lessons|
|Early childhood education and community services||40%||32||55|
|Family and interpersonal relationships||22%||18||32|
|Foundations and pathways of family and consumer sciences||22%||17||22|
|Housing, interiors and living environments||16%||13||13|
GACE Family and Consumer Sciences Education Test II Preparation & Registration
This course is entirely self-paced, and its online format makes it easy to prepare for your GACE exam wherever and whenever it's convenient. Our short lessons help you quickly move throughout the course material, and the included assessments help you reinforce your understanding of the information. Take the chapter exams to further solidify your knowledge, and feel free to revisit the lessons as many times as needed. Your course dashboard will also keep track of your progress so you always know what you've studied and which lessons you still need to watch.
To be eligible to sit for a GACE exam, you must be seeking admission to a Georgia-approved teacher preparation program or be currently enrolled in one. Specific eligibility requirements can be found on the official GACE website. To register for your GACE exam, you'll need to create a ETS GACE testing account. From there, you can complete your registration online or by phone. GACE exams are offered in specific testing windows throughout the year, and testing centers are located in Georgia and other states.
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