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EDU 489 - Research & Professionalism in Literacy Education

4 Credit(s)
This is a capstone course in literacy education that will provide methods and tools for continuing professional development of the teaching candidate. The student will choose a particular literacy focus and develop an action research project to be presented to others as a seminar or conference, also planned and implemented as a course requirement. The focus may be on literacy in the school or literacy in the community. Other research methods and resources will be explored, particularly in relation to scientifically-based methods of reading instruction. Highly participatory and interactive course in which students volunteer to work in either an elementary or secondary classroom. Required for the Literacy Minor. $5 Course Fee.

Prerequisite(s): EDU 448 ; and admission to TEP or verification that student is a certified teacher.
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