Varsity Tutors offers a St. Louis Praxis prep course that can help students prepare for this valuable certification exam whether they are in their early stages of studying or would simply like to perform a comprehensive revision before taking the exam. This program can benefit candidates who are planning on taking either the Praxis Core or the Praxis Subject Assessments. The St. Louis Praxis course attracts students from several local institutions such as the University of Missouri - St. Louis and Saint Louis University. Praxis assessments evaluate candidates' competency in educational knowledge as well as the specific content of subjects they may instruct in. Praxis is one of the most well-known certification assessments that aspiring educators in many states use to prove their ability to succeed as a teacher. No matter where you are in the preparation process, a St. Louis Praxis course can provide you with the opportunity to revisit important material you learned in school in a manner that is more effective than studying on your own.
What topics will be covered during a St. Louis Praxis class?
The class offered will cover topics that can be advantageous to both students preparing for the Praxis Core or the Praxis Subject Assessments. Both exams are computer-administered. The Praxis Core consists of three sections: reading, writing, and mathematics which can be taken during the same period or divided into multiple appointments. This class will try to help students sharpen their ability to read and analyze multiple documents simultaneously, improve their writing skills and research methods, and perform fundamental mathematical functions relating to equations, geometry, statistics, and probability. The Praxis Subject Assessments, on the other hand, evaluate test-takers on grade level-specific pedagogical abilities and content knowledge. These grade levels are K-6, 5-9, and 7-12. Students taking the St. Louis Praxis class and preparing for the Subject Assessments can learn strategies to better tackle specific case questions on the exam that test their ability to analyze different professional teaching situations.
What benefits are there to taking the St. Louis Praxis course as opposed to studying on my own time?
The St. Louis Praxis course is led by an instructor with experience in guiding students through the content of the Praxis exams, teaching specific test-taking strategies, and facilitating a collaborative classroom environment. The instructor's knowledge can help students better manage their studying schedule and learning goals. All courses make use of the Live Learning Platform. This technology incorporates a video chat and virtual keyboard in order to simulate a physical classroom environment by organically connecting the students to the instructor. This setting allows students to effectively communicate with the instructor and ask them questions as well as collaborate with other students in order to learn from one another and improve their general knowledge. Naturally, this provides a sense of comradery that can boost motivation to excel among the individuals taking the course. The benefits of this environment are difficult to recreate when students choose to study alone.
The instructor of the St. Louis Praxis course also balances out the program to cover both the content and knowledge aspect of the revision as well as specific strategies to tackle each type of questions more effectively. The Praxis assessments contain a wide range of question types due to the different reading, writing, and mathematics sections. While some students do well analyzing reading passages, others excel better at solving mathematical problems and equations. The instructor of the course is trained to help address the specific needs of students to try and help them review the areas of the test they require the most help in.
Finally, the fact that this course is offered online means students can enjoy the accessibility and flexibility of this service. While taking a physical course requires students to expend time and energy commuting to their course location, the St. Louis Praxis course is offered at many different times and only requires the student to have a device connected to the internet. So, the course will be much easier to fit into a busy student's schedule than a physical one.
How can I enroll in a St. Louis Praxis class?
By contacting an educational consultant via the Varsity Tutors website, you take the first step towards using our services. You will be able to view a wide range of class schedules and program lengths that can match your preferences. Our consultants can answer any questions you have about the St. Louis Praxis class in order to help you make the best test prep decision for yourself. Reach out to Varsity Tutors today to learn more.
Samantha : St. Louis PRAXIS course instructor
I'm a passionate Missouri Educator and it would be my honor to serve students who are desiring to improve their skills and/or their families who are pushing students to soar to new heights. I have experienced the truth of "hard work paying off" both in my own life and in my classroom. I am prepared to support learners to help them reach their educational goals!
Ally: St. Louis PRAXIS course instructor
...and tutoring 4. High School and College English and essay writing (English with an emphasis in Linguistics and World Literature was one of my college majors, and it is also an area in which I have tutored extensively) 5. Test preparation (from MAP to to the GRE!) tutoring My years as a classroom teacher for the fourth, fifth and seventh grades and as a tutor for third grade through post-graduate test preparation have provided me with...
Sharon: St. Louis PRAXIS course instructor
Teaching students to read, to write, and to appreciate literature is my life's passion. Throughout the many years of my teaching career, my students have ranged from age 5 through 55. So many of them keep in contact with me, even years after we have worked together. They all tell me the same thing: I helped them to improve their language skills.
Simran: St. Louis PRAXIS course instructor
...I have been on the Dean's List for the semester with a cumulative GPA of 3.8! I love to tutor! I tutor individuals in my college through the Engineering Student Services and I also hold weekly group sessions to make my sessions more interactive and fun. I have a very analytical mind: I love computer science and be challenged with solving problems. I also volunteer to tutor math to middle and high school students.
Education & Certification
- Washington University in St Louis - Bachelor of Science, Computer Science
- IB Mathematics
- Elementary School Math
- +22 subjects
Linda: St. Louis PRAXIS course instructor
...of teaching and learning. Most days I learn as much as I teach. I have an off-beat sense of humor that I bring to my encounters in the classroom and to individualized tutoring. Learning can be serious, rigorous, rewarding, challenging, and successful. It can also incorporate a lighthearted touch with a good dose of humor and fun. I grew up in the St. Louis area in Olivette and raised my family in St. Louis City...
Maria: St. Louis PRAXIS course instructor
...English teacher and have trained in several tutoring settings, working with a variety of age groups from K-12. I have tutored in writing centers at the high school and college level and tutored math at the elementary and middle school level. I am certified in Missouri to teach Middle School English and Math, receiving my degree from St. Louis University. I love to work one-on-one with students. It is my joy to help others learn.
Education & Certification
- Saint Louis University-Main Campus - Bachelor of Education, Language Arts Teacher Education
- SAT Writing and Language
- Essay Editing
- +42 subjects
Liz: St. Louis PRAXIS course instructor
I am a former teacher certified in both MO and MD from K-5th grade. I enjoy helping students reach their full potential, find new and innovative ways to help kids master new challenges and material, as well as see students succeed. I am now in real estate but miss the classroom so I am hoping this opportunity allows me to do both! I am happy to help!
Valerie: St. Louis PRAXIS course instructor
...subjects: English, Essay Writing/Editing, Grammar/Syntax, and Reading Comprehension. I also help students in the field of speech pathology prepare for the PRAXIS examination. I really enjoy helping students with reading comprehension and language. Literacy and language are imperative to the learning process. They help us develop our thoughts and expand our knowledge of the world around us. Every student is unique in their learning styles and interests. My goal is to give students confidence in...
Sara: St. Louis PRAXIS course instructor
...work with 18-21 year old students with disabilities teaching them social, emotional, and life skills. I have experience working with students as young as 5 years old tutoring and/or teaching in the areas of reading, writing, math, science, and providing speech therapy services. I received my Master's Degree in Communication Disorders from Truman State University in 2016. I would love the opportunity to get to know you and assist with your tutoring needs!... Teaching is a two-way street: teachers teach students, and students teach teachers.
Education & Certification
- Saint Louis University-Main Campus - Bachelor in Arts, Applied Mathematics
- ACT Math
- +23 subjects