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In this course, you'll find fun lessons and practice quizzes that are designed to get you ready for the NES School Library Media Specialist teacher certification exam. Work through the course at your own pace and review the essentials of school library media programs, teaching strategies, resources and much more. The course is accessible on any Internet-connected device, and our subject-matter experts are available to answer questions about NES School Library Media exam topics.
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Syllabus & Course Information
We've designed this course specifically to address the concepts that you'll find on the NES School Library Media exam. The course shows you how school library media programs are developed and managed, and you'll take a look at a variety of instructional strategies that can be applied in school library contexts. When you've completed the course, you should be equipped to:
- Discuss collaboration and communication in school libraries
- Plan/evaluate a school library media program
- Develop/manage school library environments
- Promote literacy in the classroom
- Teach information literacy skills
- Identify important works of children's and young adult literature
- Evaluate resources and services for diverse student groups
- Recognize instructional strategies for school librarians
- Explain how school librarians use data and assessments
- Manage library resources
In this course, you'll review a total of 68 lessons, which are grouped into 12 topical chapters. You can access the course at any time that's convenient using your computer or mobile device. You'll watch engaging video lessons and take plenty of practice quizzes to solidify your library media knowledge.
NES School Library Media Specialist (502) Exam Information
The NES School Library Media Specialist exam is for aspiring entry-level library media specialists in several states, including Arizona, New Mexico and Oregon.
- Number of Questions: 150
- Question Type: Multiple-choice
- Time Limit: 3 hours
- Exam Cost: $95
NES School Library Media Specialist (502) Exam Breakdown
|NES School Library Media Specialist (502) Exam Concept||Percent of the NES School Library Media Specialist (502) Exam||Approximate Number of Questions||Chapter Lessons|
|The library media program||30%||45||26|
|Promoting information literacy skills||40%||60||19|
NES School Library Media Specialist Exam Preparation and Registration
The course's concise and simple lessons help you quickly review and remember important library media specialist concepts. Our lessons are taught by experienced instructors who use an engaging teaching style. Lessons come with short quizzes, and each chapter concludes with a multiple-choice exam. You can access the course at any time using your desktop, laptop, mobile device or tablet. Lesson transcripts are also available to print, and you can submit questions to our instructors if you have any. Finally, you can take the course's final assessment to make sure you're ready to take the NES exam.
To register for the exam, simply complete the online registration process through the official NES website. You'll be prompted to select your desired exam date and testing center, and you'll need to agree with the NES testing policies. Exam scores will be available immediately after your test, and you can expect to receive a full score report about two weeks after your exam date.
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