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  Nov 24, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Graduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Literacy Concentration (M.Ed.)


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Literacy Concentration Information


The goal of the Literacy concentration is to help educators better meet the reading/language arts needs of today’s diverse students while simultaneously becoming leaders in their schools, districts, and beyond. Courses in literacy development, instruction, assessment, and intervention, as well as a job-embedded practicum and leadership experiences, provide the foundation that allows teachers to grow into roles such as reading/English language arts specialists, literacy coaches, and/or reading interventionists.

Required Courses for the M.Ed. Literacy Concentration (without additional endorsement):


Select at least one of the following courses in literature for children and young adults:


Select at least one of the following courses in specialized instruction for readers who struggle:


Select at least one of the following courses in writing or book arts:


The following courses are popular electives for students in Literacy concentration:


Students will select an additional six credits in Literacy Electives in consultation with their advisor, and an additional nine credits in General Electives to complete their master’s in education with a concentration in literacy.

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