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Continuing Education | Praxis I Preparation

Praxis I Test Preparation Courses

Trinity offers two courses through the Professional Development for Educators to help teachers prepare for the Praxis I exam.  Students take online practice tests to become more comfortable with the computer-based exams and their content.  Praxis I preparation courses are offered in Mathematics and Reading/Writing.  No credits are awarded for these classes. A Bachelor’s degree is not required for enrollment in the Praxis I prep courses.

Our Praxis I Preparation courses do not qualify for the online tuition discounts.  Students may register for these courses online but the tuition is the same as if you were to register on paper. Please visit our Tuition and Fees page for more information.

Spring 2014

Praxis I Schedule

 

Summer 2014

Su'14 Praxis

 

EDU 700A  Praxis I Reading/Writing

Note: No credits are awarded for this course.  Praxis preparation courses will include on-line computer-based testing programs.

Reading: This course reviews the basic skills of reading comprehension. The course will provide participants with an understanding of critical reading skills and the mechanics of reading through diverse written materials. Classroom learning experiences include the practice of skimming, previewing, locating answers, and summarizing and evaluating written material.

Writing: This course introduces participants to the basic skills of writing. Participants will benefit from the ability to express their thoughts on paper. This course will provide participants with classroom writing support, including immediate feedback on their common misuses of grammar and sentence structure. They will produce a writing sample including the topic sentence, body of the paper, and the conclusion.

EDU 700C  Praxis I Mathematics

Note: No credits are awarded for this course.  Praxis preparation courses will include on-line computer-based testing programs.

Mathematics: This course provides participants with a comprehensive review of the fundamental concepts of arithmetic, algebra, and geometry. It is specifically designed to reduce test anxiety and to help participants to overcome their fear of mathematics. This course will provide participants with classroom support, including feedback about their common mathematical errors.


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Contact the Office of Continuing Education by email at ContinuingEd@trinitydc.edu, or by phone at (202) 884-9300. Fax registration materials to us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on our secure fax line: (202) 884-9084.

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