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This entertaining course offers all of the study tools you need to earn a passing score on the OSAT Mild-Moderate Disabilities (CEOE) test and get closer to your goal of earning educator certification in Oklahoma. By exploring our lessons, you can refresh your comprehension of normal development and developmental delays, response to intervention strategies, assistive technology, special education assessments and more. With each lesson is a multiple-choice quiz you can take any time to gauge how well you understand important topics, as well as comprehensive practice exams to give you a clear idea of your readiness to earn a passing score on exam day. This Study.com course was last updated in 2018.
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This course is designed to prepare you for the OSAT Mild-Moderate Disabilities exam, covering all of the topics outlined in the official test materials provided by the Certification Examinations for Oklahoma Educators. Our professional instructors created this comprehensive course to help you master these objectives. Some of the topics covered in this course are listed below:
Understanding Students with Mild-Moderate Disabilities
- Discuss typical and atypical development from birth through adolescence
- Demonstrate knowledge of a range of developmental areas, including cognitive and sensorimotor
- Explain how environmental factors, including intervention programs and parent support, can facilitate learning
- Provide the definitions of a range of disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder, specific learning disabilities, and emotional disorders
- Consider eligibility for service criteria for children diagnosed with these disabilities
Assessing Students and Developing Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) and Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSPs)
- Demonstrate knowledge of types of assessment for students with learning disabilities, such as formal and informal assessments
- Explain how assessments can be modified for students with disabilities
- Utilize information obtained from assessments for instruction and decision-making
- Discuss the components of an IEP, including annual goals and transition services planning
Learning Across the Curriculum
- Consider how to structure the physical environment to support the learning of students with mild-moderate disabilities
- Show knowledge of student diversity in making the classroom a safe place for all students
- Discuss research-based strategies for choosing assistive technology
- Demonstrate methods of developing student reading and literacy skills
- Explain methods of developing mathematical skills
- Demonstrate methods for fostering social skills in students
- Outline how to develop communication skills for SPED students
Working in a Collaborative Learning Community
- Demonstrate an understanding of collaboration in special education
- Describe the historical, ethical and legal foundations of special education
- Outline ethical responsibilities involved in working with SPED students
OSAT Mild-Moderate Disabilities (CEOE) Course Format
This course consists of 31 chapters and 230 lessons. The lessons quickly help you review information, while mini quizzes, chapter exams and a final course exam track your progress and determine which concepts need additional study time. All study tools in this course are available 24 hours a day via your preferred computer or mobile device.
OSAT Mild-Moderate Disabilities (CEOE) Exam Information
- Number of Questions: 80 multiple choice questions, one case study
- Question Type: Selected response, constructed response
- Time Limit: 4 hours
- Exam Cost: $80 test fee; also $25 CBT fee and $30 registration fee (paid once per program year)
OSAT Mild-Moderate Disabilities (CEOE) Exam Breakdown
|OSAT Exam Concept||Percent of the OSAT Exam||Approximate Number of Questions|
|Understanding students with mild/moderate disabilities||12%||11-12|
|Assessing students and developing individualized education programs (IEPs) and individualized family service plans (IFSPs)||12%||11-12|
|Learning across the curriculum||45%||42-43|
|Working in a collaborative learning community||16%||15|
|Case study-Analysis of data to identify and effectively address student needs||15%||1 written response|
OSAT Mild-Moderate Disabilities (CEOE) Exam Preparation & Registration
When you're ready to register for the test, keep in mind that you must first contact the Office of Educational Quality and Accountability (OEQA) before starting the process. If you plan to register online, you will be asked to create an account using your email address and personal details. On the day of the test, report to your testing location 15 minute early and bring a current, government-issued ID printed in English. Any changes you need to make to your registration can be handled through your online account.
This course ensures your preparations for the exam are fun and simple! Navigate the lessons, quizzes and exams at your own pace, and visit as often as needed to successfully confirm your knowledge and readiness to succeed. For more information on registering and preparing for the OSAT Mild-Moderate Disabilities (CEOE) exam, check out our CEOE Informational Resources.
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