The ICTS Learning Behavior Specialist II: Multiple Disabilities Specialist Test is used to certify learning behavior specialists in Illinois who work with people who have multiple disabilities. The exam consists of six constructed-response assignments; the first three are stand-alone questions and the other three are based on case studies. The test has three main subareas of information: Foundations, Characteristics, and Assessment; Planning and Delivering Instruction and Managing the Learning Environment; and Communication, Collaboration, and Professionalism.
The three subareas of the ICTS Learning Behavior Specialist II: Multiple Disabilities Specialist Test include 13 objective statements and additional descriptive statements with particular information. Each constructed-response assignment is graded on a scale of one to four. The total scaled score needed to pass is 240 or higher. Scores are mailed four weeks after the test.
Last Updated: 06/26/2014