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Northern State University

Education of Exceptional Students (0353)

 

For more information on individual test concepts, please visit the Education of Exceptional Students: Core Content Knowledge Test at a Glance on the ETS Website.  For questions regarding the content of the reviews sheets please contact Northern State University.

 

 

Understanding Exceptionalities (25-30%)

Human development and behavior as related to students with disabilities

SPED 201

SPED 202 Sheet 1

SPED 202 Sheet 2

SPED 203

Characteristics of students with disabilities

SPED 201

SPED 202 Sheet 1

SPED 202 Sheet 2

SPED 203 Sheet 1

SPED 203 Sheet 2

SPED 204

SPED 205 Sheet 1

SPED 205 Sheet 2

SPED 206

SPED 305

Basic concepts in special education

SPED 202

The influence of (an) exceptional condition(s) throughout an individual's life span

Legal and Societal Issues (15%-20%)

Federal laws and legal issues related to special education

SPED 485

The school's connections with the families, prospective and actual employers, and communities of students with disabilities

SPED 417/517

SPED 460

Historical movements/trends affecting the connections between special education and the larger society

SPED 460

SPED 470

Delivery of Services to Students with Disabilities (50%-60%)

Background knowledge

SPED 201

SPED 202

SPED 203

SPED 204 Sheet 1

SPED 204 Sheet 2

SPED 205 Sheet 1

SPED 205 Sheet 2

SPED 206 Sheet 1

SPED 206 Sheet 2

SPED 304

SPED 305

SPED 417/517

SPED 470

Curriculum and instruction and their implementation across the continuum of educational placements

SPED 304

SPED 305

Assessment

SPED 431

Structuring and managing the learning environment

SPED 206

Professional roles

SPED 460

SPED 488

 


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