Advanced Strategies in Literacy: Readers and Writers Who Struggle

EDU 6570 4 Quarter Hours
Course Level CPS - Graduate
Description Focuses on the complex challenges faced by children and youth who struggle (or fail) to achieve measurable success in reading and writing. Considers teaching and learning environments, variations in language, learning, and cognitive styles and development. Examines cultural expectations and student motivation, as well as an array of instructional and assessment approaches and measures. Offers students an opportunity to learn how to describe and analyze the difficulties encountered by struggling readers and writers and to identify and evaluate a range of appropriate strategies to address those difficulties.

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