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EDU495 Theory and Practice for Reading Professionals

Prepares reading and literacies candidates to be knowledgeable and reflective about current strategies to support reading and literacies in schools. Current debates in the field of language and literacy learning will be addressed and situated in practical classroom applications and strategies. Provides an opportunity for students to use their theoretical knowledge to construct meaningful teaching practices in the context of a case study of a student in their practicum. Facilitates a deep understanding of the inseparability of theory and practice in literacy education.

Credits: 3
Offered: Spring
Prerequisites: [Course must be taken concurrently with EDF 422; EDU 498 recommended]
Restrictions: For Reading and Literacies students, or by permission of instructor
Instructors: C. St. George
EDU 495 Theory and Practice for Reading Professionals course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.