EED744 Workshop in Understanding Reading Problems
The purpose of this course, designed for teachers of all levels, is to provide students who are certified teachers with tools to understand, assess and address reading problems that they may encounter with students in their classes. This course takes a development approach to the reading process, describing each stage and the examples of performance that exemplifies normal development in each one. It also provides examples of performance that differs from the norm, discusses their causes briefly, but focuses on methods of assessment and instruction within the content areas, including English language arts classes, that teachers can use to address those differences that manifest as problems that interfere with the learning process.
- Must be enrolled in the following level: Graduate
- Must be enrolled in one of the following majors: Literacy Education: 5 - 12 (030B), Literacy Education: B - 6 (030A), Literacy Ed and Child Spec Ed (029A), Literacy Ed and Adol Spec Ed (029B)
- (EDI774 Minimum Grade of B or 99774 Minimum Grade of B)