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Use our informative study materials to prepare for the NYSTCE Educating All Students (EAS) exam. Our chapters are packed with informative lessons, letting you brush up on the most important details you need to review before the exam. These include self-paced lessons on teaching diverse populations, the roles and responsibilities of teachers and teaching gifted students. We offer help from our experts through the Dashboard if you need it.
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All of the topics you'll need to know to do well on the exam are covered in this helpful test prep course. Here you'll study concepts including learning theory, student needs and encouraging student engagement. Once you've completed this course, you will understand how to:
- Educate diverse populations and English language learners (ELL)
- Identify special needs and adapt lesson plans
- Outline social, ethical, and legal concerns with special education
- Work with gifted students
- Explain the responsibilities and roles of teachers
- Develop the relationship between school and home
We've put together 12 chapters made up of 103 lessons here to help you get ready for the NYSTCE Educating All Students (EAS) exam. In addition to these lessons, you'll also find self-assessment lessons and quizzes here that help you keep tabs on your knowledge and test readiness.
NYSTCE Educating All Students (EAS) Exam Information
The NYSTCE EAS exam has been designed for New York educators who are pursuing state certification for the first time, although some other educators may also be required to take this exam.
- Number of Questions: 43 questions
- Question Type: 40 selected-response questions and three constructed-response questions
- Time Limit: Two hours and 15 minutes
- Exam Cost: $92
NYSTCE Educating All Students (EAS) Exam Breakdown
|NYSTCE Educating All Students (EAS) Exam Concept||Percent of the Exam||Approximate Number of Questions||Number of Lessons|
|Diverse Student Populations||28%||12 questions||49|
|English Language Learners||28%||12 questions||15|
|Students with Disabilities & Other Special Learning Needs||28%||11 questions||40|
|Teacher Responsibilities||8%||5 questions||8|
|School-Home Relationships||8%||5 questions||6|
Preparing & Registering for the NYSTCE Educating All Students (EAS) Exam
One of the best ways to use our materials to prepare for the NYSTCE EAS exam includes first determining your current knowledge base. You can do so by answering the questions to our chapter exams. These exams use multiple-choice style questions, and the results are available right away. As you answer the questions, you begin to identify the areas you know well from the areas you need to review. The answer key shows you which lesson to review for individual topics. After you complete the exams, you should have a study plan for which chapters or specific lessons you will need to go over more closely.
Registering for the exam occurs completely online through the NYSTCE registration portal. Seating for each test date is limited, but you can view the available test dates before you register to see which dates still have available seats. When you register online, you need to provide some personal information, as well as pay any necessary fees. It is recommended to register early to guarantee your spot. You must register for the exam at least three days beforehand.
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