Learn how to assess, instruct, and provide intervention, if needed, for each component of research-based literacy instruction, including: oral language development, word analysis, fluency, vocabulary development, listening and reading comprehension, and written language development. Participants learn to interpret the results of various classroom assessments, including formative, on-going, and summative measures. Students align assessments with instructional programs and discuss effective assessment-based intervention programs. Participants also consider the appropriate assessment of diverse students with unique learning needs. Course content shows how to use grade-level or school-wide assessment data to implement and revise instructional programs, and to plan, implement, and evaluate school-wide professional development.
Please note you must be admitted to the Reading Certificate program prior to enrolling in this course.
If you are interested in taking this course for professional development and not to earn the certification, please contact the department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recommended Prerequisite: EDUC X300.72 Foundations in Fluency.
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