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TExES™ SPECIAL EDUCATION EC-12 (161)
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Targeted Subject Review – Everything you need to know for the TExES (Texas Examinations of Educator Standards) Special Education EC-12 (161) exam, written by leading teacher education experts. Covers every domain and competency and includes end-of-chapter practice to test what you’ve learned.
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2 Full-Length Practice Tests – balanced to include every type of question you can expect on the actual TExES exam, so you’ll be confident and prepared on test day.
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Jill L. Haney earned a bachelor of arts degree in English with honors and a master of arts degree in teaching from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. A former middle schoolteacher, national reading consultant, and educational publishing executive, she is now an independent Special Education and reading consultant in San Antonio, Texas. Certified in Texas to teach Special Education EC-12, Elementary EC-6, and reading and language arts 6-12, Haney was the San Antonio ISD Teacher of the Year in 1999 and won the coveted Trinity Prize that same year.
James E. Westcott is a former teacher, education content writer, and children’s author. He holds a master’s degree in Special Education from Nazareth College of Rochester, New York. Westcott is a New York State-certified teacher in grades K–12. He has taught Special Education at both the elementary and secondary levels for 15 years outside of Rochester, New York. Westcott is especially proud of being chosen Who’s Who Among Special Education Teachers in 2007.
Jamalyn Jaquess is an elementary Specialized Support teacher in the Northeast Independent School District of San Antonio, Texas. She is certified in Special Education EC–12 and General Education EC–6. Her goal is to cultivate and foster the potential in each of her students, helping them to reach the purpose for which they were created.
The book didn't provide enough, essential information needed for the test. I wouldn't recommend this book as a good prep or study tool.Published 10 days ago by LaShauna Smiley
Book and test were great. Study for two weeks in evenings. Passed test with flying colors.Published 1 month ago by avid reader
At this moment this book is helping me out tremendously. Many things I didn't know concerning Special Education I found in here along with other sources to use. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. L. Simmons
Very thorough study guide. I passed on my first try with flying colors. The online component was super. I took the practice tests multiple times to get a feel for timing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by The Coach
This was GREAT information that certainly helped. However, the practice questions were too easy to answer. There was almost always a very clear answer. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kera Pavelka
False advertisement. This book does not have online test material. I called the publisher of the book and it has to be purchased separately through them. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
This book is very resourceful with sample tests, only complaints, is the lack of details of topics. Thus far, I was able to complete a sample test based on reviewing the book one... Read morePublished 3 months ago by L.DURDEN