KNOTtT

FHSU’s College of Education and Technology is part of a four state grant project targeted to develop a system to address common needs of alternative certification programs in Kansas, Nevada, Ohio and Texas (KNOTtT).  One aspect of this grant is the creation of a website that provides information and support for successful completion of the required PRAXIS tests:  content and Principles of Learning and Teaching (PLT).  While this site is a work in progress, there are many advantages for you.  You do not need to be in an alternative licensure program in order to benefit from this website.

There are online resources, e-tutorials and program mentoring to help teachers pass these state mandated tests.

On November 6, all Transition to Teaching current participants are invited to campus to reconnect and learn about resources provided to you through this grant.  For more information, contact Dr. Jim Barrett at jbarrett@fhsu.edu or 785-628-4413.

www.knottt.net