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The Hottest New Way to Prepare for a Test

Wouldn’t it be great to have a rock star teacher on your side to clear up any confusion on your Special Education Test?  How about honing in on the specific skills needed to pass this test?

We’ve got you covered! This step-by-step on-demand video course features our ESE Specialist, Nicole Kenngott.  Work at your own speed and learn all of the SPED concepts tested on this subtest, per the Texas Department of Education.

With this awesome program, you won’t need any other SPED study resource!  Learn the tips, tricks, and strategies needed for first attempt success.  Don’t take our word for it!  Check out reviews on Facebook & Google and take a look at a sample video on our page!


TExES Special Education 161 Course Features:Black line

  • Hot Topic Lessons On All FOUR Categories Tested
  • Pre-Quizzes & One Practice Test
  • 150+ Practice Questions
  • Vocabulary Flashcards
  • Course Leader Notes
  • Test Taking Strategies
  • 24/7 instructor Access

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Mrs. Nicole Kenngott

Nicole Kenngott is a fifth-grade teacher at Plumb Elementary and was named Pinellas County Schools’ 2019 Teacher of the Year.

Kenngott began her career with Pinellas County Schools four years ago. She has a Master’s degree from Dowling College in Oakdale, NY, and has a teaching style that uses innovative teaching strategies steeped in the philosophy of a “Growth Mindset”, AVID strategies, CHAMPS, and Restorative Practices.

Plumb Elementary Principal Sandra Kemp said that Kenngott has a positive impact on the entire school community. “She often leads parent curriculum events, attends PTA functions, interprets for parents who are deaf or hard of hearing, supports activities for our students with autism, and attends sports events to cheer on some of her students.

Mrs. Kenngott is a champion for children and for continual learning.

Ready to get started? Click here to learn more about the program and check out our YouTube page!

Want more information on state testing? Check out the Texas Teachers Testing Resources page for more!