EDR522 - Advanced Literacy Instruction for All Learners (3 cr.)

Students will extend and deepen their thinking of literacy and literacy instruction. Students will study issues and trends in literacy development, approaches and strategies of literacy instruction, assessment, and social-cultural factors that affect literacy behaviors from Birth-Grade 6. This course includes a ten-hour supervised practicum at either Birth-Grade 6 or Grades 5-12. (Fall/Spring). Prerequisites: matriculation into the M.S.Ed. in Literacy or Certificate in Literacy or MST Childhood 1-6 or POI.

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