If you'd like to receive assistance for the upcoming Praxis, Varsity Tutors can set you up with a Spokane Praxis course dedicated to helping you succeed in all facets of the exam. For those who wish to receive their teacher certification, you might have to take the Praxis exam in order to achieve that goal. It's possible that you have already studied some of the related subjects while at institutions of higher learning such as Gonzaga University. Having an avenue by which to reinforce your previous studies can help a great deal on the exam. Your Spokane Praxis course will be headed by an instructor who has a thorough understanding of the exam content and is enthusiastic about sharing their knowledge with you.
What material will be covered during a Spokane Praxis prep course?
If you are taking a Praxis exam, you'll either be taking the Praxis Core or the Praxis Subject Assessments. The questions for the Praxis Core will include subjects such as reading, math, and writing. The Praxis Subject Assessments will ask questions that will challenge you to demonstrate a more specific knowledge of subjects anywhere from grades K-12. Questions related to teaching principles will also show up of the Praxis Subject Assessments. The test is administered on a computer with the final score determined according to the amount of correct answers. Points will not be deducted for incorrect answers, so you can respond without the fear of lowering your score.
There are a variety of skills you will need to demonstrate to have success on the exam. For the Praxis Core, you will need to have a solid understanding of grammar rules, a strong ability to comprehend different types of writing, and math skills in areas such as algebra and statistics. The Praxis Subject Assessments will have questions that require an essay response, and you will need to brush up on your knowledge of teaching principles for early childhood, K-6, 5-9, or 7-12. Your instructor can help you to review the material that is appropriate for the version of the Praxis that you will be taking.
A Spokane Praxis class can also share advice that could help you eliminate costly mistakes that will negatively impact your score. In addition, your Spokane Praxis class can make sure you're ready for the computer-based format by providing you with a practice exam to make you feel more comfortable with the format and increase your confidence level as test day approaches.
What are some of the benefits of a Spokane Praxis course?
Making the decision to enroll in a course means that you will receive test review that might help you reach your potential on the exam. Since it mirrors a classroom environment, you will be provided with similar benefits. You instructor can use this environment in order to create a fun and engaging learning experience. Since the course is conducted online, you will be able to attend your sessions from any location with an internet connection.
You will have the opportunity to study in a collaborative format alongside other students who are interested in pursuing careers in education. Being with like-minded individuals can contribute to your own ambition and drive to be successful. You will sign into the Live Learning Platform to attend your Spokane Praxis class. On the platform, you will be the beneficiary of learning features such as a live video chat to enable better communication among the instructor and students. Attending class online means you won't have to commute. This allows you to schedule your classes for times that you would otherwise be unable to attend. If you find yourself having trouble with a certain subject, you can ask your instructor for one-on-one time to address the issue. Regardless of the exam you're taking, the class is designed to help each individual fix any problems they're having before it comes time to take the test.
How can I enroll in a Spokane Praxis course?
Varsity Tutors is dedicated to providing you with high-quality instruction through the options that are afforded by our flexible schedule. If you're concerned about your availability, we encourage you to take a closer look at the schedule so you can see just how easy it is to find the space for your study sessions. If you'd like additional guidance or information about what we do, please contact us today. You can get in touch with a Varsity Tutors consultant who can answer your questions and enroll you in a Spokane Praxis course that's right for you.
Stephanie: Spokane PRAXIS course instructor
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Emily: Spokane PRAXIS course instructor
I believe that all individuals can learn! I truly think that there is a way to inspire and reach every person. However, I agree that the traditional classroom approach may not be the best way. My job as a tutor is to try different methods and strategies to help you find the best way to learn!
Jean: Spokane PRAXIS course instructor
...to gather meaningful and common practice problems to teach. I would credit my teaching philosophy to my mom - a college psychology professor prior to immigrating to the U.S. The methods she used to help me learn and to drive my curiosity still influence how I think and learn concepts today. From her, I learned that a meaningful education requires more than just knowing facts and how to find the right answers. A good teacher...
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Nick: Spokane PRAXIS course instructor
...enjoyed it more. The focus of my tutoring has been the Math and Science sections of ACT, the Math section of the SAT and the quantitative reasoning section of the GRE, along with subject tutoring in high school and early college Math, Chemistry and Physics. I currently tutor those standardized tests along with math from pre-algebra through calculus II, physical science, physics and chemistry. I am looking forward to helping as many students reach their...
Megan: Spokane PRAXIS course instructor
...student at Northeastern University majoring in Speech Language Pathology. I enjoy working with individuals to build upon their strengths and give them the tools they need to succeed. I have good study and organizational skills, and I have many tips and tricks to help individuals improve test scores. I really enjoy helping people to reach their full potential in each subject area, and I will do my best to explain concepts in a manner best...
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- Northeastern University - Current Undergrad, Speech Language Pathology
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Bryson: Spokane PRAXIS course instructor
...taught both biology and algebra to high schoolers. My favorite subjects to tutor are mathematics and Spanish, as I find them to be the most engaging, but I enjoy and can help with nearly all content areas. When I was in school, I was (and still am!) a self-described "nerd" who really enjoyed expanding my knowledge base and taking on academic challenges. I hope to impart the idea that tackling new concepts can be fun...
Jamila: Spokane PRAXIS course instructor
...the craft of teaching and individualized instruction(tutoring). I have taught English II, English II Pre-Ap, English III AP, English IV and a College and Career Readiness Course. I have also served as an Area Academic Facilitator supporting teachers, students, and campus administrators in grades K-12th. While in the classroom the state of Texas implemented a new and more rigorous test called the STAAR. In regards to the reading assessment, I have a success rate of...
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- Huston Tillotson University - Bachelor in Arts, English
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Mary: Spokane PRAXIS course instructor
...ages and I've tutored students in all of the core subjects, mostly focusing on math and reading. I've also taught preschool and tested preschool children. I've taught English to refugees from several nations, mostly adults, although children were sometimes in the classes. I love working with students. I love to help them learn and I enjoy getting to know them. My hobbies are reading, cross-stitch, knitting, and taking online classes. I love to learn!... I believe in hands-on learning and the inquiry method. I think that children need to discover their own learning and that they all learn differently. I like to have things that they can do with their hands, like games or manipulatives. I ask lots and lots of questions, so they can discover the knowledge they have within them.
Hannah: Spokane PRAXIS course instructor
...Chapel Hill and in my professional work, I have found a niche as an editor for written and data-heavy projects, which is a role I thoroughly enjoy. My favorite students to work with are the ones who are interested in learning the material, but need some extra time outside of class to wrap their head around concepts, or just need a different take on the subject than their teacher provided them in class.
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