EDUC 546-WW - Reading and Writing to Learn Content

Offered by: Oneonta / University College | Summer 2019

This course extends candidates' understandings and applications of the foundational knowledge, instructional strategies, and curriculum materials effective in teaching literacy skills across the content areas in middle- and high-school settings. Attention is given to seminal and historic studies in literacy and the content areas; the use of a wide range of curriculum materials, technology, and assessment tools to evaluate and meet the needs of all students across skill levels, content areas, and cultural and linguistic backgrounds; and methods to motivate all students. This course encourages candidates to develop as reflective educators and focuses on professionally developing the candidate as a reading specialist who leads and assists colleagues to expand their uses of knowledge- based practices when teaching across the content areas.
Subject: Education
Level: Graduate
Instructor(s): Kjersti VanSlyke-Briggs
Dates: July 1, 2019 — August 2, 2019
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