The At-Risk and Diverse Learners with a Literacy Emphasis cohort helps participants better understand and guide a growing population of psychologically and sociologically disrupted students to become more productive and successful students especially in the areas of reading and writing. The cohort leads to either a 36 credit Master of Education degree or a 21 credit post-masters Professional Development Certificate. The program can also be customized if you are interested in receiving reading teacher endorsement on your teaching certificate.
A total of 15 credits will be offered as part of our cohort at a reduced tuition
ED 620A.200, Teaching Students to Write Using Multiple Strategies: Composing
- ED 626.200, Diagnosis of Reading Difficulties
- ED 638.200, Seminar in Reading Intervention Strategies
- ED 639.200, Psychological and Linguistic Foundations of Reading
- One elective:
- ED 625.200, Strategies and Resources in Teaching Reading, or
- ED 620C.200, or
- ED 633.200, Methods for At-Risk and Resilient Youth
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