On 5/09/14, Lori wrote:
> I took the CPACE in February and passed. I agree with the formula
> for the written responses. I loosely memorized the content
> specifications and domains and used those buzz words and phrases
> in my responses.I found it helpful to look for those words in the
> multiple choice portion as well. Good luck.
> On 5/09/14, Lori wrote:
>> On 5/03/14, Sam wrote:
>>> On 4/28/14, Instructor Jessie wrote:
>>>> Does anyone have any tips for passing the CPACE? I'm
>>>> studying for the
>>>> June 12, 2014 date and I am feeling a little
>>>> Any suggestions,
>>>> websites or resources would be extremely useful!
>>> The lack of materials makes preparing for the CPACE
>>> exam very challenging, however, I did pass it. I gave up
>>> on studying content in preparing for the constructed
>>> responses and developed a heuristic for my responses.
>>> All my responses involved the following components:
>>> directly approach issue, collect data, analyze data, consult
>>> all stakeholders, create solution utilizing data and
>>> input/concerns of stakeholders.
>>> I used a similar pattern with the multiple choice questions,
>>> but studied utilizing a SLLA study guide I found on line.
>>> There were some questions about school/district finance. I
>>> wasn't sure what to expect given the massive change in
>>> school founding here in CA. However, the questions
>>> reflect the old model of funding involving categorical funds
>>> and revenue limits. Nothing on LCFF.
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