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Course SummaryOur engaging study guide course is designed by professional instructors to help you easily prepare for the GACE Special Education Adapted Curriculum Test II exam. Progress through short lessons and self-assessment quizzes and tests, all available to you 24/7 on your computer or mobile device.
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About This Course
When you work through this test prep course to get ready for the GACE Special Education Adapted Curriculum Test II exam, you'll have access to expertly designed materials to help you do your best on test day. Review our short lessons as many times as you wish, and then take the lesson quizzes and chapter tests to check your comprehension level. These self-assessment tools also help to clarify any challenging topics and give you direction on any areas that require additional attention. The following subjects are examined in this course:
- Curriculum planning and development for SPED
- Special education instructional strategies
- Grouping techniques for the classroom
- Learning environment management in SPED
- Assistive and adaptive equipment for learning
About the Exam
The GACE Special Education Adapted Curriculum Test II is just one portion of the complete test that assesses the knowledge of prospective special education teachers who want to teach adapted curriculum in the state of Georgia. The other part of the exam, Test I, may be taken in conjunction with Test II, or the subtests may be taken individually. Test candidates are given two hours and 10 minutes to complete 90 multiple-choice questions administered by a computer when they take Test II. This part of the test covers instruction and planning social interactions and the learning environment.
This course was last updated in 2019.
GACE Special Education Adapted Curriculum Test II Preparation & Registration
Build your confidence ahead of the GACE Special Education Adapted Curriculum Test II by reviewing the information in this course. Just a few of the subject areas are assistive equipment for SPED, managing the learning environment and special education curriculum development. If any of these subjects prove challenging to you, feel free to reach out to an instructor through the Dashboard with your questions.
The registration process for the GACE Special Education Adapted Curriculum Test II may be completed online or by phone. Testing is offered at various times throughout the year, but test-takers must complete their registration at least two full days before the date of the exam they'd like to sit for. At the time of registration, you'll be given an admissions ticket which you must bring with you to the testing center along with a government-issued piece of photo identification. All candidates are asked to arrive at the testing center 30 minutes before their scheduled tests to ensure enough time for admission.
GACE Special Education Adapted Curriculum Test II is a registered trademark of the Educational Testing Service, which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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