Reading Specialist Teaching Endorsement - Graduate

Reading Specialist Teaching Endorsement - Graduate

Campus Location: 
Lincoln
Omaha
School: 
College of Education
Overview

The following 33 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.  Students completing this program after August 2015, will be required by the State of Nebraska to take the Nebraska Praxis II test for certification.

Required Courses

EDU 685  Critical Issues in Reading - 3 hrs.

EDU 663  Reading and Writing in the Content Area - 3 hrs.

EDU 686  Providing Leadership in Literacy -  3 hrs.

EDU 640  Literature for Children and Youth - 3 hrs.

EDU 687  Diagnosis, Assessment and Instruction in Reading - 3 hrs.

EDU 688  Literature for Adolescents - 3 hrs.

EDU 689  Internship in Reading Instruction - 3 hrs.
(To be taken after students complete a substantial number of reading specialist courses)
 

complete one course (3 hrs.)

EDU 690  Writing in the Primary Classroom
EDU 706  Supporting Writers in the Writing Workshop

complete one course (3 hrs.)

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

complete one course (3 hrs.)

EDU 634  Reading in the K-6 Classroom
EDU 667  REading in the 7-12 Classroom
EDU 606  Improving Strategic Instruction in the Language Arts
EDU 707  Supporting Readers in the Reading Workshop

complete one course (3 hrs.)

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

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