Praxis II Education of Young Children (5024) Examination Information

Praxis II Education of Young Children (5024) Examination Information

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Praxis II Education of Young Children (5024) Examination General Information


The Education of Young Children test is intended primarily for prospective teachers of young children (birth to age eight). The test was designed to align with the National Association for the Education of Young Children’s (NAEYC) Standards for Early Childhood Professional Preparation (2009) and the Common Core State Standards. It is based on a teaching approach that emphasizes the active involvement of young children in a variety of play and child-centered activities that provide opportunities for choices, decision making, and discovery. The test is designed to assess the examinee’s knowledge about pedagogy and content, the relationship of theory to practice, and how theory can be applied in the educational setting. Also included in the test are multicultural influences; diversity; variations in development, including atypical development; and how these factors affect children’s development and learning.

Each of the three constructed-response questions will focus on one of the following areas: Developmentally Appropriate Practices; Professionalism, Family, and Community; Observation, Documentation, and Assessment; or Content Pedagogy and Knowledge.

Praxis II Education of Young Children (5024) Examination Format


The test is composed of 120 selected response and constructive response. All questions are formatted to selected response and constructive response questions and should be completed within 150 minutes time given. The test is delivered computer-based with the test code of 5024.

Topics Covered for Praxis II Education of Young Children (5024) Examination


Childhood Development and Learning

  1. Understands children’s characteristics and needs
  2. Understands multiple influences on the development and learning of the whole child
  3. Understands how multiple risk and protective factors affect children’s development over time
  4. Is familiar with the range of typical and atypical development (e.g., gifted and talented, learning delays, dual-language learners, developmental disabilities)
  5. Understands how to apply developmental knowledge to create healthy, respectful, supportive, and challenging learning environments

Observation, Documentation, and Assessment

  1. Understands the goals, benefits, and uses of assessment to inform curriculum and instruction
  2. Knows how to apply responsible assessment practices to meet the diverse needs of children (e.g., those who are culturally diverse, are linguistically diverse, who have disabilities, who have exceptionalities)
  3. Knows appropriate methods for screening, referral, and evaluation to identify children who may benefit from additional support
  4. Knows the varied, diverse, and inclusive roles of families in the screening and assessment process
  5. Knows strategies for team building, two- way communication, and reporting with families and colleagues to establish shared responsibility for child-centered learning

Developmentally Appropriate Practices

  1. Knows how to structure the classroom environment to support children’s learning
  2. Know how to apply a flexible, research- based repertoire of teaching and learning approaches to promote the diverse developmental needs of children including but not limited to the following

Professionalism, Family, and Community

  1. Knows about ethical standards and other professional guidelines
  2. Understands the importance of continuous, collaborative learning to inform practice
  3. Understands the integrated role of other professionals who may be involved in children’s care and education (e.g., special educators, reading specialists, speech and hearing specialists, physical and occupational therapists, specialists in gifted education, school psychologists
  4. Knows appropriate uses of technology to communicate with children, families, and peers and to serve as a professional resource (e.g., digital portfolios, online report cards, embedded instruction)
  5. Knows strategies to engage and support families and communities through respectful, reciprocal relationships
  6. Knows strategies to involve families and communities in young children’s development and learning

Content Pedagogy and Knowledge

  1. Knows relevant national, state, and local learning standards as well as other resources to use for implementing and evaluating meaningful, challenging curricula for each child
  2. Language and Literacy
  3. Mathematics

Knowledge of Teaching

Examination Approximate Number of Questions and Percentage


Here are the lists of topics covered by the test:

  1. Childhood Development and Learning - 25 SR which covers 17% of the exam
  2. Observation, Documentation, and Assessment 19 SR which covers 13% of the exam
  3. Developmentally Appropriate Practices 19 SR which covers 13% of the exam
  4. Professionalism, Family, and Community 19 SR which covers 13% of the exam
  5. Content Pedagogy and Knowledge 38 SR which covers 24% of the exam
  6. Knowledge of Teaching 3 CR which covers 20% of the exam

Candidates are highly motivated to study the following topics.

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