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The lessons in this course align with the content areas you'll need to know in order to do well on the NYSTCE Secondary Assessment of Teaching Skills - Written exam. You'll watch videos about the elements of language, assessing student learning and public education. Once you complete this course, you should be ready to:
- Outline second language literacy development
- Discuss ways to promote student motivation and engagement
- Detail the basics of human development and growth
- Demonstrate professionalism in the educational environment
- Identify theories of educational psychology
- Explain special education legislation, modifications and assessments
- Understand the needs of students with disorders, impairments and disabilities
- Describe curriculum planning
- Outline frameworks and standards in instructional planning
- Promote self-regulation and collaboration in the classroom
- Define the variables that affect teaching and learning
This course is comprised of 193 lessons grouped by subject into 22 concise chapters. Along with these lessons and chapters, we've also included short self-assessment lesson quizzes and chapter tests to help you check your knowledge along the way.
NYSTCE Secondary Assessment of Teaching Skills - Written Exam Information
The NYSTCE Secondary Assessment of Teaching Skills - Written exam tests the skills and knowledge of prospective teachers in the state of New York in four content areas.
- Number of Questions: 81
- Question Type: 80 multiple-choice questions and 1 constructed-response question
- Time Limit: 4 hours
- Exam Cost: $119
NYSTCE Secondary Assessment of Teaching Skills - Written Exam Breakdown
In addition to the subareas listed below, the final 20% of the exam will feature one constructed-response question that tests your ability to analyze some of the topics found throughout the test.
|NYSTCE Secondary Assessment of Teaching Skills - Written Concept||Percent of the NYSTCE Secondary Assessment of Teaching Skills - Written Exam Score||Chapter Lessons|
|Student Development & Learning||25%||19|
|Instruction & Assessment||38%||141|
|The Professional Environment||17%||33|
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