CEOE OSAT Mild Moderate Disabilities Field 29
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Are you ready to teach Mild Moderate Disabilities in Oklahoma? Use our high quality study guide to help you pass your teacher certification exam and advance your career. Our CEOE OSAT Mild Moderate Disabilities study guide offers total preparation for prospective Oklahoma teachers to get ready for the CEOE OSAT Mild Moderate Disabilities exam.
What You’ll Find In the CEOE OSAT Mild Moderate Disabilities Study Guide:
- Up-to-date content aligned specially to current CEOE OSAT standards
- In-depth review of 20 competencies and skills found on the CEOE OSAT Mild Moderate Disabilities exam
- Thorough review of all subareas, including:
- Understanding Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities
- Assessing Students and Developing Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) and Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSPs)
- Promoting Student Development and Learning
- and Working in a Collaborative Learning Community
- 125 practice test questions with detailed answer explanation
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This study guide includes one practice test to help you test your knowledge, understand how the exam is weighted, and identify skills and competencies you need to focus on. Our detailed answer explanations reference related skills in the book, allowing you to identify your strengths and weaknesses and interact with the content effectively. Maximize your study by prioritizing domains and skills you need to focus on the most to pass the exam.
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