Literacy for Special Needs Program

LITC 528 Practicum: Literacy for Special Needs (Summer quarter)
Supervised field experience in literacy assessment and instruction. This practicum serves as the capstone experience of synthesis and application to the role of a reading specialist, general education teacher, or special education teacher working with students with special literacy needs. Emphasis is on comprehensive research-based curriculum, assessment, and integration of children's and young adult literature into instruction.

Master in Teaching Program

TEED 521 Elementary Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment (Fall and Winter quarters)



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