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Spring 2014
Oct 19, 2017
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ED 757 - Content Area Literacy and Technology: Instructional Models and Methods for Secondary Grades (9-12)
Course Description: This course deepens knowledge of the burgeoning need for the integration of literacy and technology in the content areas. The course will focus on research-based strategies for building reading comprehension, constructing meaning, building fluency through the use of non-fiction selections, digital literacy, and new media applications in the content areas. Approaches for developing skills vocabulary, study skills, listening, writing, speaking are examined and applied in print and non-print (i.e., new literacies) formats for disciplinary knowledge. This course will introduce practical experiences with technology. In addition candidates will learn to look forward use of new media strategies to work with and teach students in grades 4-9 classrooms. This class will build competencies in knowledge of information, application of strategies in classrooms, and coaching/mentoring activities for professionals and community members. Field experience is required.
Course Rotation: NY:PLV;Fall

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Graduate
Schedule Types: Discussion, Lecture

Educational Studies Department

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