Learning specialists in Illinois who concentrate on technology are certified after passing the ICTS Learning Behavior Specialist II: Technology Specialist Test. The exam has two sections, each with three constructed-response assignments. The first three assignments are stand-alone questions and the last three are based on information from case studies. The information on the test is divided into three main subareas: Foundations, Characteristics, and Assessment; Planning and Delivering Instructional Content and Managing the Learning Environment; and Maintaining Effective Communication, Collaboration, and Professionalism.
The ICTS Learning Behavior Specialist II: Technology Specialist Test subareas have 11 broad-spectrum objective statements and specialized descriptive statements. The six constructed-response assignments are graded on a scale of one to four. A scaled score is created for the stand-alone and case study assignments. The passing total scaled score for the ICTS Learning Behavior Specialist II: Technology Specialist Test is 240 or higher, and scores are sent out four weeks after the test.
Last Updated: 06/26/2014