PRAXIS II Special Education: Teaching Students with Behavioral Disorders/Emotional Disturbance Exam (5372)

The Praxis II Special Education: Teaching Students with Behavioral Disorders and Emotional Disturbances Exam, 5372, is deigned to see if special educators have the relevant knowledge, skills, and abilities, to teach students with behavioral disorders and emotional disturbances. This 120 question test can take no more than two hours. Each test is taken on the computer and all of the 120 questions are selected-response questions.

There are five content sections on the Praxis II Special Education: Teaching Students with Behavioral Disorders and Emotional Disturbances Exam. The first section, Development and Characteristics of Students with EBD, emotional disturbances, makes up around 18 percent of the test with around 22 questions. Content covered includes human development and behavior as well as theoretical approaches to learning and motivation.

The Planning and Managing the Learning Environments content category has around 31 questions and is around 26 percent of the test. Content questions include topics such as curriculum development and managing the learning environments. The Instruction content category is also around 26 percent of the test, with around 31 questions. With only 20 questions, the Assessment content category makes up about 17 percent of the test.

And, finally, the Foundations and Professional Responsibilities content category makes up around 13 percent of the test with around 16 questions. The content questions from this category will be split between educational rights for students with disabilities and historical and professional foundations of special education. This section is full of the federal terminology and definitions relating to general and special education.

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