EDR513 - Literacy for Democratic and Global Societies (3 cr.)

Students will rethink the traditional definition of literacy as "reading and writing" and consider how 21st century definitions of literacy are tied to social, political, and cultural processes of globalization. They will investigate how communicating in a diverse democratic society, engaging in social practices, living in relationship with each other, and contributing to justice and democracy leads to a thoughtful, committed, and active citizenry. This course fulfills state-mandated requirements for the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA). (Fall/Spring). Prerequisites: matriculation in an M.S.Ed. program or EDR501 or equivalent.

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