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Ch 15: Praxis Business: Programming & Design

About This Chapter

Prepare for your Praxis business exam with help from this chapter. Targeted video lessons with short quizzes for self-assessment can be beneficial in your review of programming and design topics.

Praxis Business Education: Programming and Design - Chapter Summary

Make use of these user-friendly video lessons to prepare for the Praxis Business Education: Content Knowledge exam. Gain some introductory programming experience with this chapter's help. The following essential programming and design elements are included in this chapter's lessons:

  • Web design
  • Programming introduction for beginning programmers
  • Elements of programming
  • Procedural programming vs. object-oriented programming

After you take the quiz at the end of each lesson, you'll know if you've mastered the content. You can then decide if you should review further.

Praxis Business Education: Programming and Design Objectives

The information technology portion of your exam constitutes about 15% of the questions, or approximately 18 of the 120 test questions. The Praxis addresses the following topics:

  • Information technology concepts and operations: software, hardware, operating environment, networking, security and file management
  • People-centered factors: workflow, physical design/layout and ergonomics
  • Technology tools: communication, research, problem-solving and decision-making with applications

You can expect the applications questions about technology tools to include topics such as programming, Web design, word processing, spreadsheet, multimedia, database, collaborative software and desktop publishing. This chapter can help you organize for the programming and design questions. Check our list of additional lessons to prepare for the entire information technology portion of the test.

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