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SPED 350 Remedial Reading

This course includes an overview and application of research-based assessment, diagnostic practices, and corrective reading methods to provide interventions and differentiated support in reading instruction. Students will learn to assess, analyze assessment data, and plan and practice research-based instructional strategies that support student learning styles and different reading abilities, including English Language Learners. Students will demonstrate teaching competencies in reading instruction and assessment to support learning styles. Students will demonstrate teaching competencies using research-based assessment and instructional strategies for small group, whole group and individual learners in a regular classroom setting and within intensive reading programs Students will participate in student-led inquiry, shared teaching practice and performance, and case study applications. A short observational field experience is required for Fall and spring course offerings.. This course is required for the North Dakota Reading Credential. Pre-requisite: EDUC 318 or EC 315. Fall, Spring on campus; Summer online. (Cross-listed with EDUC 350)

Credits

3

Cross Listed Courses

Cross-listed with EDUC 350

Prerequisite

Pre-requisite: EDUC 318 or EC 315.

Offered

Fall, Spring on campus; Summer online.