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Ch 3: Praxis Early Childhood Education: Learning Disorders

About This Chapter

Get ready for your Praxis Early Childhood Education testing appointment by watching this chapter's informative video lessons. You'll go over the causes, symptoms and treatment of some common learning disorders and disabilities.

Praxis Early Childhood Education: Learning Disorders - Chapter Summary

Successfully answer Praxis Early Childhood Education test questions on learning disorders with the help of this short chapter. Lessons on the following topics can help you revisit the type of therapy used to treat speech and communication disorders as well as behaviors displayed by children with learning disabilities:

  • Causes of learning disorders
  • Diagnoses and treatment options
  • Instructional strategies

Instruction is delivered in the form of animated video lessons lasting between five and ten minutes each. You can view as many at a time as you'd like or scan the transcripts to get a quick review of key lesson topics and terminology. Multiple-choice quizzes are also included to track your test-prep progress.

Praxis Early Childhood Education: Learning Disorders Chapter Objectives

If you plan on applying for a teaching license in a state that requires passing scores on the Praxis Early Childhood Education exam, use this chapter to prepare for questions testing your ability to recognize symptoms of reading difficulties as well as speech and language disorders. These topics are covered in the Language and Literacy content domain, which includes approximately 36 of the exam's 120 multiple-choice questions.

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Practice Final Exam
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