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Reading Specialist Teaching Endorsement - Graduate

Campus Location: 
Grand Island
Lincoln
School: 
School of Graduate and Professional Studies
Overview

Thirty-three hours of course work leads to an endorsement as a K -12 reading specialist.  This endorsement requires a regular teaching certificate and two years of teaching prior to beginning work on the endorsement.

For additional information visit:  Reading Specialist Endorsement page

Major/Minor

The following 33 hours of coursework leads to an endorsement as a K-12 reading specialist. This endorsement requires a regular teaching certificate and two years of teaching prior to beginning work on the endorsement.

a. Complete:

EDU 685 Critical Issues in Reading (3)
EDU 663 Reading in the Content Area (3)
EDU 686 Providing Leadership in Literacy (3)
EDU 640 Literature for Children and Youth (3)
EDU 687 Diagnosis, Assessment & Instruct in Reading (3)
EDU 689 Internship in Reading Instruction (3)

b. Complete one course: (3)

EDU 667 Writing Across the Curriculum
EDU 652 Teaching and Assessing Writing in the K-8 Classroom

c. Complete one course: (3)

EDU 676 Literature in the Secondary Classroom
EDU 688 Literature for Adolescents

d. Complete one course: (3)

EDU 645 Assessment of Literacy
EDU 614 Assessment of Literacy Development
EDU-602 Assessment of Learning

e. Complete one course: (3)

EDU 634 Reading in the K-6 Classroom
EDU 641 Enhancing Literacy in the K-8 Classroom
EDU 679 Reading in the 4-8 Classroom
EDU 606 Improving Strategic Instruction in the Language Arts

f. Complete one course: (3)

EDU 678 Reading in the K-3 Classroom
EDC 612 Developing Literacy in the Primary Grades

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