CTGE 6014: Assessment and Development of Literacy Processes: Grades 5-12, Practicum I
Are you a teacher looking to develop your skills in literacy assessment and development for Grades 5-12? Look no further than CTGE 6014: Assessment and Development of Literacy Processes: Grades 5-12, Practicum I. In this course, you will learn the essential knowledge and skills necessary for effective literacy instruction, including assessment and development of reading, writing, and critical thinking abilities.
This practicum is designed to help teachers improve their knowledge and skills in literacy instruction, with a focus on Grades 5-12. The course provides opportunities for teachers to observe and participate in classroom teaching and learning experiences that focus on assessment and development of literacy processes. It emphasizes the role of assessment in guiding instruction, and how to use data to drive instruction. The course also covers strategies for promoting literacy development through writing and reading, and how to foster critical thinking skills.
The primary goals of this course are to:
The course will cover the following topics:
The course will include the following assignments:
To successfully complete this course, you will need to:
Benefits of CTGE 6014
Taking CTGE 6014 will provide you with numerous benefits, including:
CTGE 6014: Assessment and Development of Literacy Processes: Grades 5-12, Practicum I is an essential course for any teacher looking to improve their literacy instruction skills. The course covers a range of important topics, including assessment of literacy processes, writing and reading instruction, and critical thinking skills. By completing this course, you will develop the skills and knowledge necessary to become an effective literacy teacher for Grades 5-12 students.
Yes, CTGE 6014 is suitable for teachers of all experience levels. The course is designed to help teachers improve their knowledge and skills in literacy instruction.
Yes, you will receive credit for completing CTGE 6014.
The amount of time required will vary based on your individual learning style and pace, but you should expect to dedicate several hours per week to the course.
CTGE 6014 is currently offered in-person.
CTGE 6014 is designed for individuals who are currently teaching or plan to teach in Grades 5-12. However, individuals who are interested in literacy assessment and development may also find the course valuable.