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Literacy Connections in the Classroom is the first in a series of degree completion courses developed to meet the specific needs of Hamline University MAT license completers. Participants enrolled in this course will be supported by a curriculum that builds upon the foundational and content knowledge gained in pre-service literacy coursework. It will also scaffold literacy learning gained from MAT clinical and student teaching experiences. The course is designed to maximize learning opportunities that allow for critical reflection as one moves through their teaching career. Therefore, the content and course activities will provide an emphasis on literacy instruction that prepares candidates to further enhance their ability to be successful practitioners in today's classrooms. Within this course students will begin the process of researching and generating the final project(s) for the MAT degree and will learn the skills necessary to complete these tasks successfully.
Rockwood, Marcia, "GED8051-01.Literacy Connections-Classroom.Sp14.Rockwood,Marcia" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 8032.