Cabrini has a reputation as a leader in the field of literacy.
The program is designed to provide opportunities for inquiry into reading and language arts from historical, sociocultural, psycholinguistic, and cognitive or information-processing perspectives.
A focus is put on the interrelation of reading and communication arts, as well as literacy development and programs in diverse cultural contexts.
Course Requirements - Three credits unless otherwise specified
EDG 598 - Foundations of Literacy
EDG 522 - Creating a Community of Readers*
EDG 530 - Instructional Strategies for Teaching Phonics*
EDG 521 - Education and Social Policy
EDG 542 - Learners at Risk*
EDG 541 - Instructional Strategies for Teaching Reading*
EDG 549 - Teaching Writing*
EDG 590 - Communication Arts in Secondary Content Areas*
EDG 501 - Educational Research
EDG 615 - Internship in Literacy*
EDG 595 - Leadership for Literacy Learning*
EDG 593 - Growth Through Community*
*Courses required only for Certification
For more information, contact:
Marty Waring-Chaffee, Ph.D. Coordinator, Reading Specialist Program610-902-8509 or firstname.lastname@example.org