EDUC 546 Reading and Writing to Learn in the Content Areas
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. 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.
Prerequisite: Degree graduate student status.
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