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This degree is designed for the current teacher who wishes to further develop skills and knowledge about working with children and adults regarding the teaching of reading.
 

Contact Information:
Andrew Baker
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311 Allyn Hall
3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy
Dayton, Ohio 45435
937-775-2164
andy.baker@wright.edu


READING
Master of Education (M.Ed.)
Course #
Course Title
Credit Hours
ED 7060Theoretical Foundations of Reading3
ED 7120Literature for Instruction of Diverse Learners3
ED 7220Teaching and Writing K-123
ED 7450Content Reading Instruction Grades K-123
ED 7500Diagnosis & Assessment of Reading Performance3
ED 7560Practicum I: Intervention for at-Risk Readers3
ED 7600Current Topics & Issues in Reading3
ED 7650Practicum II: Professional Learning & Leadership3
ED 7800Research in Reading3
ED 7810Practicum III: Literacy Research Seminar3
TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED 30
Program information last modified Thursday, 25th April, 2013 @ 08:13am