It is a well-known fact that teaching elementary school children requires a wide array of capabilities. Not only will you have to be well-versed in all the core subjects, but you will also have to invest time and effort into learning the nuances of classroom management and an effective teaching style that focuses on properly meeting all of your students’ needs. Elementary school is one of the most developmentally important periods of a child’s life. It will be your job to help them navigate through this stage of development successfully and productively.
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The state of New York understands the importance of this career path, which is why they require aspiring elementary education professionals just like you to pass the NYSTCE Elementary Assessment of Teaching Skills—Written exam. This exam will evaluate your readiness to start your career, and you cannot do so without earning a passing score.
The NYSTCE Elementary Assessment of Teaching Skills—Written exam spans about four hours in length, and features a total of 81 questions for you to answer. One of these questions will be essay answer (“constructed-response”), and the rest are multiple choice (“selected-response”).
To do well on this exam, you’ll want to study as thoroughly as you can. The Mometrix Test Preparation team understands how important this exam is to your future career goals, which is why we would like to offer you our NYSTCE Elementary Assessment of Teaching Skills—Written (090) practice test.
We have conducted thorough research to ensure this practice test is as accurate to the real thing as possible. Each of our NYSTCE Elementary Assessment of Teaching Skills—Written practice questions adheres to the subjects and material you’ll find on the actual exam, which include the Professional Environment, Instruction and Assessment, and Student Development and Learning.
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by Enoch Morrison | Last Updated: January 9, 2019