Study: I printed out the study guide from online. It was a good starting point. I referenced many of the books and sites listed in the guide. Especially reviewed non-ASL material such as child development and 2nd language aquisition.
Test: It was easier than I thought. If you only know ASL and no anything else - hit the books.
Study: The online study materials accessible through the Texas Teachers website were awesome! They were very user friendly and contained adequate preparation materials. The practice tests were similar to the actual computer administered tests.
Test: The study guides and online study materials adequately prepared me for the tests. The study guides on how to test also helped in cases of eliminating the wrong answers and specifically answering the applicable correct answer.
After you pass your test, please post your comments.
Click here to post for: Test # 184: American Sign Language (ASL)
Texas Teachers advisors are ready to answer all your questions about our teacher certification program.
We’re here to answer any questions and help launch your career in teaching! Give us a call between 7am and 7pm, Mon – Fri.
Send an E-mail to Our Advisors.
Have a question? Need to send us documents? Our Advisors are just a click away. E-mail Us
Offices Across the State, No Appointment Necessary.
Drop on by and meet with our Advisors, 8 am–6 pm, Mon. through Fri. Locations & Directions
Texas Teachers offers a 100% online certification format. Providing effective preparation for today's classroom, our self-paced training can be completed on your own schedule.
“Who expects a first-year teacher to get nominated for 'Teacher of the Year?' Texas Teachers made it possible for me!”
More success stories