NYSTCE Elementary Assessment of Teaching Skills-Written Practice Test

The New York State Board of Education created the NYSTCE Elementary Assessment of Teaching Skills-Written Exam for potential teachers who received a failing score on the edTPA and who will be using a passing score on the ATS–W in lieu of a passing score on the edTPA under the edTPA safety net. Note that this exam is not acceptable for any other New York State Teacher Certification.

Elementary Assessment of Teaching Skills-Written

 

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This examination was created so that New York State educators have the knowledge and skill level necessary to teach the approved curriculum in New York State Public Schools. Teachers should be able to teach all children including those who have special needs and those for whom English is not their primary language.

Teachers will recognize the role of family and community and will forge home-school partnerships to facilitate student learning. The NYSTCE series of teacher certification examinations use a computer-based testing format which can only be administered at an official testing site. This examination is comprised of one constructed-response question on Instruction and Assessment.

It also includes 80 selected-response questions which will cover Student Development and Learning, Instruction and Assessment, and the Professional Environment. The testing format allows up to 4 hours to complete all areas of the test. To help you study for your examination, Mometrix has designed a comprehensive tool called the NYSTCE Elementary Assessment of Teaching Skills-Written Study Guide, which will prepare you for all areas of the test.

Using the NYSTCE Elementary Assessment of Teaching Skills-Written Practice Test is a good way to assess your readiness to take this examination. The New York State Board of Education will consider a score of 220 as a passing score for this examination. Plan to arrive at least 15 minutes early to take your test and be prepare to show an approved source of identification.

If you arrive more than 15 minutes after your scheduled time, the testing proctor may not allow you to take your test. Be aware that you will not be permitted to take your notes or any other materials into the testing area. Take time to read the questions carefully, and pace yourself so that you won’t run out of time.

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by Mometrix Test Preparation | Last Updated: August 21, 2019