Literacy Education

EDU 639: Practicum in Literacy Education

This course requires the application of strategies for planning and implementing literacy programs for students at different stages of reading progress. Tutoring experiences are augmented and related to the professional literature and research through frequent opportunities to explain and discuss observations in seminars. Extensive reading from basic texts, current references, and periodicals are stressed. Emphasis is on the appropriate application of research-validated teaching and diagnostic techniques in supervised settings. Prerequisites: program permission required. Cr 6.

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Scholarships Available for SPY 627 Course for Spring

Reading Matters to Maine is offering a limited number of scholarships for those enrolled in SPY 627. Are you working in a K-12 classroom? Not receiving financial assistance for classes? Click here for information on how to apply. We have scholarships specifically for literacy students!

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