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EDU5619-01-SP13 Teaching Literacy & Technology

This course introduces the knowledge, skills, and dispositions related to teaching literacy - reading, writing, listening, speaking, viewing, and visual presentations. It helps candidates build foundational knowledge of the literary process and understanding of instructional approaches, materials, and assessments to support student learning through an integrated, comprehensive, and balanced curriculum; use technology resources for learning, communication, and productivity; examine children's literature; and accommodate individual differences particularly related to those who speak English as a second language and those at risk. Preparation of lesson plans that actively involve students in meaningful content and a focus on the ADEPT (Assisting, Developing, and Evaluating Professional Teaching) Performance Standards and state curriculum standards as well as integrating biblical truth are also important parts of this course. This course and the interrelated, required practicum will help students evaluate themselves as prospective discerning educators. Prerequisite: Admission to the M.A.T. program
Title1: 
Teaching Literacy & Technology
Title2: 
Division: 
Graduate
Session: 
Spring 2013
Location: 
MAIN
Credit Hours: 
6.00
Subsession: 
Graduate/Seminary
Section: 
01
Class Time: 
8:00AM-4:30PM
Days: 
R
Classroom: 
RIDD108
EDU5619
School: 
Class Dates: 
01/29 to 05/17
Faculty: 
Mark McCann