PRAXIS-II Information Site
The purpose of this website is to provide
Many of you have already taken your foundation and/or content, method or pedagogy courses; and this website is designed to help you prepare for the Praxis-II Exam. We hope you take the PRAXIS examination seriously and allow yourself ample time to study and review. Use the following "Search the Web" link below to locate specific PRAXIS related information not found on this review site, or simply click on the existing PRAXIS information links provided below for immediate assistance. We wish you all Good Luck!
PRAXIS INFORMATIONAL SITES:
Please take advantage of the ETS PRAXIS-II Practice exams called, Test at a Glance (TAG), listed under the heading, "Test Requirement" for PRAXIS-II below the "Section/Test Code."
Simply click on the number, (e.g., 0014) of any of the TAGs listed. If you are pursuing Elementary certification, select one of the exams below. Please note: while everyone must take the Principles of Learning & Teaching (PLT) exams, they will not yet count toward passing PRAXIS-II. All Elementary majors must take and pass the 0014 - Elementary Education: Content Knowledge PRAXIS-II Exam! ***Students planning to teach Elementary Education should take the following practice exams daily!!
0014 - ** Elementary Education: Content Knowledge
0522 - ** Principles
of Learning & Teaching (PLT) Grades K-6
0523 - ** Principles of Learning & Teaching (PLT) Grades 5-9
0524 - ** Principles of Learning & Teaching (PLT) Grades 7-12
0353 - ** Education of Exceptional Students: Content Core Knowledge
0542 - ** Education of Exceptional Students: Mild to Moderate Disabilities
PRAXIS PRACTICE REVIEW SITES:
The best site to review educational and philosophical ideologies by
This site provides a large array of strategies to help K-12 teachers
ameliorate behavioral problems in the classroom.
Teacher Professionalism Website
This website provides important information on lesson plan and teaching strategies to help students prepare for the PRAXIS-II Exam.
This website provide a comprehensive list of English words that are
most often confused (e.g., accept except, affect effect, farther
further, its its, lay laid, lay lie, lose loose, principal principle,
quiet quite, site sight, there their theyre, to too two, etc.)
Review this website to gain a better perspective and understanding of how to enhance your critical thinking mastery.
This website provides an overview of legislation affecting students
with disabilities. Students seeking Special Education certification are
strongly advised to review this site regularly.
Please visit this site every day! Make sure you review the five
Teaching of Reading Strategies.
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Last update: October 8, 2007