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EDUCATION

EDU-623
Topics in Literacy Education (3)

Course Level: Graduate

Topics vary by section, may be repeated for credit with different topic. Provides students with opportunities to study timely topics and issues in literacy education. Usually offered alternate springs.

EDU-623
001
EDUCATION
SPRING 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Topics in Literacy Education (3)

Literacy Instruction and Assessment

This course focuses on literacy teaching and learning in early childhood settings. In particular, students learn to develop holistic plans for literacy instruction and assessment based on the needs of young children from pre-K to third grade. Throughout the course, students develop an understanding of different stances on literacy teaching including inquiry-based, play-based, and critical literacy perspectives. As part of this, students develop strategies and resources for literacy teaching across the curriculum for diverse learners.

EDU-623
900
EDUCATION
SPRING 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Topics in Literacy Education (3)

Literacy Instruction and Assessment

This course focuses on literacy teaching and learning in early childhood settings. In particular, students learn to develop holistic plans for literacy instruction and assessment based on the needs of young children from pre-K to third grade. Throughout the course, students develop an understanding of different stances on literacy teaching including inquiry-based, play-based, and critical literacy perspectives. As part of this, students develop strategies and resources for literacy teaching across the curriculum for diverse learners. Meets with EDU-623 001.

EDU-623
N01HB
EDUCATION
SUMMER 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Topics in Literacy Education (3)

Literacy in Nonformal Settings

This course provides an opportunity for exploring diverse settings for literacy learning during the early years, beyond formal schooling.

EDU-623
901
EDUCATION
SPRING 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Topics in Literacy Education (3)

Literacy Instruction and Assessment

This course focuses on literacy teaching and learning in early childhood settings. In particular, students learn to develop holistic plans for literacy instruction and assessment based on the needs of young children from pre-K to third grade. Throughout the course, students develop an understanding of different stances on literacy teaching including inquiry-based, play-based, and critical literacy perspectives. As part of this, students develop strategies and resources for literacy teaching across the curriculum for diverse learners. Meets with EDU-623 900.