Become a math EXPERT on your SAE K-6 Math Subtest and learn the strategy and concepts that drive 1st attempt success on this exam! FINALLY...A step-by-step plan that will cover all five competencies tested on this Florida Teacher Certification Exam. This video course will help you clear up the confusion and build the knowledge, skill and, attitude needed to pass.
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Subject Area Exam K-6: Math Boot Camp 2.0
Ordinary teachers just don't get it...
There was a time when buying a study guide and memorizing facts was a way to pass a test, but today (if you actually want to pass on your 1st attempt and stop wasting money paying the state for retakes) you need to do more.
So how do you do it?
How do you prep smart, not hard and pass on your 1st attempt?
Fortunately, that's exactly what you're about to learn...
FACT: You need to pass your Subject Area Exam to be able to get HIRED (or to get into your internship if you are a college student).
I'm not going to sell you on the importance of studying.
If you're here, you already know it's an essential aspect of passing any test, because studying effectively:
Builds knowledge and skill...
Lowers stress and anxiety by building confidence in knowing the material, and most importantly it...
Helps you achieve your goal!
In other words, effectively studying is about knowledge, skill and attitude: The lifeblood of any teacher.
So that's why teachers who need to pass their Florida Teacher Certification Exams need good study techniques.
There's just one problem: Most so-called "teachers studying for these exams" don't know what they're doing.
That's where this course comes in. This course is DIRECTLY TIED to the skills tested by the Florida Department of Education.
After completing this course and practicing what we model, you will have the right knowledge, skill and attitude to pass your Math Subtest on the Subject Area Exam for Elementary Education!
More specifically, in this on-demand video course, you'll learn:
All of the math competencies & skillstested on your SAE K-6 Math Subtest
Examples of all of the math skills that you will see on your SAE K-6 Math Subtest
Concrete strategies on how to analyze and break down the questions on your exam
Highly effective proven test-taking strategies to help you PASS your Math Subtest
A study to plan to help your practice the skills modeled in this course.
This course is a series of video modules led by our Math Director, Anderson Duran. This video course is comprised of OVER SEVEN HOURS of detailed video modules.
If you're interested in becoming such a "SAE K-6 Math Master," then I have one question for you...
Are You A "Doer"...or Just a "Talker?”
Let's face it: study guides are a dime a dozen. Stop wasting your money!
So how do you separate those who "walk the talk" from the ones who merely...
...talk the talk?
That's the problem!
And at The Learning Liaisons, we aren’t a bunch of randoms creating courses and stuff to make money. We are REAL LIFE teachers (heck…our CEO is a Professor of Education) We have been developing and revising test-taking strategies to find out the BEST ways to teach teachers how to PREP SMART, not hard.
In other words: WE ACTUALLY DO TEACH THIS STUFF...
...so we know how hard it is to find truly skilled people who know what they're talking about.
And that's why we created the "SAE K-6 Math Boot Camp" course.
See you on the inside!
REMEMBER….It’s when you pass, not if you pass.
Mr. Anderson Duran
Anderson graduated from the University of Central Florida with a degree in Mathematics Education and has continued that path ever since. After teaching advanced high school mathematics virtually, he transitioned to the physical classroom and now teaches upper level mathematics such as Algebra II and Pre-Calculus at Acceleration Academy West High School located in Orange County. In addition to teaching, he leads his company, Duran Learning, in helping learners grow through private tutoring and his Calculus website while pursuing his master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Central Florida.