- Course type: Self-paced
- Available Lessons: 82
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryIf you plan on taking the MTTC Library Media exam, use this comprehensive test prep course to study and make sure you're fully prepared. The course's engaging lessons and practice quizzes offer you an effective and convenient way to review all of the library media topics that appear on the test.
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About This Course
This online test prep course helps you review all of the topics that you could encounter on the Michigan Test for Teacher Certification (MTTC) Library Media exam. The course is taught by experienced instructors who can help you learn, review and remember essential library media concepts, such as library program administration and instructional strategies for librarians. Work through this course on any mobile device or computer at your leisure 24 hours a day.
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Syllabus & Course Information
All of the subjects you can expect to find on the exam are covered in this comprehensive and informative course. Once you finish this course, you should be able to do the following:
- Detail library media specialist roles
- Explain human growth and learning theories
- Discuss instructional and collaboration strategies for librarians in Michigan
- Outline differentiation and diverse student populations
- Identify literature for children and young adults
- Describe diversity in literature programs
- Define technology integration for teachers
- Explain library program information use and access
- Outline data and assessment for library media specialists
- Detail administration and professionalism for library programs
With 74 lessons in ten convenient chapters, this study guide course provides everything that you need to know for the exam. To make sure you're ready, take the lesson quizzes and chapter tests provided within this course.
MTTC Library Media Exam Information
The MTTC Library Media exam is divided into five subareas and is used in the state of Michigan for teacher licensure.
- Number of Questions: 100 questions
- Question Type: Multiple-choice questions
- Time Limit: Two hours and 30 minutes
- Exam Cost: $129
MTTC Library Media Exam Preparation & Registration
You can work through the course at your own pace. Use the course dashboard to find the chapter topics you want to study. You'll watch/read bite-sized lessons and take short self-assessment quizzes to reinforce your understanding of important library media topics. If you need any help with the material, you can submit questions to our instructors online. Lesson transcripts can also be printed out if you wish to study offline. Use any computer or mobile device to access the course, and be sure to take the final assessment to make sure you're ready for the MTTC Library Media test.
Registration for the exam can be completed on the MTTC official website. After selecting your desired exam and test date, you'll be instructed to submit payment, fill out personal information, review several background questions and read through the exam testing rules.
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