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Course SummaryIf you're looking for a comprehensive and user-friendly resource you can utilize to study for the MTLE Pedagogy - Elementary (Grades K-6) exam, check out this informative course. The professionally developed lessons and self-assessment tools can help you earn a passing score on the exam. This Study.com course was last updated in 2018.
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In this engaging study guide course, you'll find resources designed to assist you in your preparations for the MTLE Pedagogy - Elementary (Grades K-6) exam. Just a few of the topics covered include learning strategies and processes, the factors that affect learning and teaching diverse students. You can work at your own pace as you complete as few or as many of the lessons as you'd like.
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We've created this test prep course to cover all of the topics you'd expect to find on the MTLE Pedagogy - Elementary (Grades K-6) test. You'll study cultural diversity for Minnesota teachers and managing positive learning environments. After you finish this course, you should understand how to:
- Detail the role of language in learning
- Discuss communication techniques and theory for the classroom
- Outline different types of assessments and adapt assessments for your classroom
- Provide an overview of early childhood development
- Explain differentiating and scaffolding instruction
- Identify the major education philosophies
- Describe the history of education in the U.S.
- Outline educational technology
- Define cognitive processes in learning
- Detail national professional education organizations
In 26 chapters and 216 lessons, we've outlined the subjects you'll want to study to do well on test day. Take the lesson quizzes and chapter tests to ensure you're ready and identify any areas that need more study.
MTLE Pedagogy - Elementary (Grades K-6) Exam Information
The MTLE Pedagogy - Elementary (Grades K-6) exam is made up of two subtests, which may be taken together or separately. In order for test candidates to receive a Minnesota teaching license, they must pass both subtests.
- Number of Questions: 100 questions (50 per subtest)
- Question Type: Multiple-choice questions
- Time Limit: Two hours (one hour per subtest)
- Exam Cost: $95 ($47.50 per subtest)
MTLE Pedagogy - Elementary (Grades K-6) Exam Breakdown
|MTLE Pedagogy - Elementary (Grades K-6) Subtest I Exam Concept||Percent of the MTLE Pedagogy - Elementary (Grades K-6) Subtest I Exam||Approximate Number of Questions||Chapter Lessons|
|Student Development & Learning||50%||25 questions||43|
|Learning Environment||50%||25 questions||40|
|MTLE Pedagogy - Elementary (Grades K-6) Subtest II Exam Concept||Percent of the MTLE Pedagogy - Elementary (Grades K-6) Subtest II Exam||Approximate Number of Questions||Chapter Lessons|
|Instruction & Assessment||50%||25 questions||82|
|Professional Roles & Responsibilities||50%||25 questions||51|
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