FTCE Educational Media Specialist K-12  - Online Practice Tests

FTCE Educational Media Specialist K-12 - Online Practice Tests

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At ExamEdge.com we place our focus on making our clients' career dreams come true, by offering world-class practice certification tests, designed to give you the knowledge to ace your FTCE 010 exam. We do this by delivering realistic practice tests to ensure you are fully prepared for the FTCE Educational Media Specialist K-12 certification exam.

Because our practice tests are web-based, there is no software to install and no need to wait for a shipment to arrive to start studying. Your FTCE Educational Media Specialist K-12 practice tests are available to you anytime from anywhere on any device, allowing you to study when it works best for you. There are 15 practice tests available, each with 100 questions and detailed explanations to help you study. Every exam is designed to cover all of the aspects of the FTCE Educational Media Specialist exam, ensuring you have the knowledge you need to be successful!

Before new school library media specialists in Florida can enter the professional world, they are frequently required to take and pass the FTCE Educational Media Specialist K-12 (010) exam. The computer-based, multiple-choice test is comprised of 100 questions to be answered over the course of two hours and 30 minutes. Ahead of your exam, take time to review the design and delivery of staff development, professional trends and challenges in the school library media program, and the methods for integrating technology into the instructional program.

Once you have completed a practice exam, you will have permanent access to that exam's review page, which includes a detailed explanation for each practice question!

Our practice tests simulate the real thing in a number of key ways:

  1. Topics covered
    • Knowledge of professional organizations, resources, and national and
      state guidelines and standards for the school library media specialist - 3%
    • Knowledge of teaching and learning principles of the school library media specialist - 3%
    • Knowledge of the instructional partner responsibilities of the school library media specialist - 2%
    • Knowledge of teaching methods for implementing multiple literacies - 8%
    • Knowledge of methods for teaching and assisting the school learning community in design and production of various types of media - 3%
    • Knowledge of design and delivery of staff development - 3%
    • Knowledge of the information specialist responsibilities of the school library media specialist - 7%
    • Knowledge of resources in all formats for the learning community - 4%
    • Knowledge of the foundations, designing, planning, and development of a school library media program - 5%
    • Knowledge of procedures to assess and evaluate the effectiveness of a school library media program - 4%
    • Comprehension of skills required to plan, prepare, advocate, and administer a budget - 3%
    • Knowledge of supervision of staff and volunteers for the school library media program - 2%
    • Knowledge of policies and procedures used in the school library media program - 3%
    • Knowledge of methods for creating an active learning environment - 3%
    • Knowledge of methods for advocating an effective school library media program - 4%
    • Knowledge of policies and procedures for collection development - 7%
    • Knowledge of policies and processes for managing, cataloging,
      organizing, circulating, and maintaining resources - 7%
    • Comprehension of leadership and interpersonal skills for the school
      library media specialist - 3%
    • Knowledge of state and national legislation and their effects on the school library media program - 2%
    • Knowledge of current professional trends and issues of the school library media program - 3%
    • Knowledge of research related to the school library media program - 4%
    • Knowledge of professional ethics for the school library media specialist - 5%
    • Knowledge of methods for providing equity, diversity, and global
      perspectives in the school library media program - 3%
    • Knowledge of methods for integrating technology into the instructional program - 5%
    • Knowledge of reading research and strategies - 4%
  2. Level of difficulty
  3. Number of questions (100 per practice test)
  4. Timed exam, proportional to the number of questions (or untimed if you prefer)
  5. Navigation
  6. The feel of the real test

To pass the FTCE Educational Media Specialist K-12 test you need a score of 200.

Here are five reason you should use our exams to prepare for your FTCE Educational Media Specialist K-12 - Online Practice Tests certification exam:

  • Because the tests are web-based, there is no software to install. Our practice tests are available to you anytime at you convenience. No matter where you are, you can take our practice tests on any computer or smartphone with access to the internet
  • Once you complete a practice exam, you will be provided with how many questions you answered correctly, as well as our estimate of your score on the real exam. We also provide explanations on why the answer is correct.
  • Our practice tests are designed to have a similar look-and-feel of the real test. The number of questions and even the default time limit for each practice exam are just like the real thing. This way, when you take the actual test, you will already be completely familiar with its navigation and behavior.
  • If you have to stop while taking one of our tests, you can continue right where you left off. When you continue the test, you will start exactly where you were, and with the same amount of time you had remaining
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