Pass the Praxis
This brief, 90 page booklet provides an overview of the topics that are covered on the Praxis II (Principles of Learning and Teaching) exam. Topics include: student diversity, student assessment, instructional design, cognition and knowledge construction, among others. The last chapter offers practice test questions to help students prepare to pass the Praxis.
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The Principles of Learning and Teaching
The Cognitive Development of Students
The Psychosocial Development of Students
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