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The M.S. in Reading program was designed to prepare students as reading specialists who might serve as administrators and supervisors of reading programs, literacy coaches, reading clinicians, and teachers of reading at both the elementary and secondary levels. Although participants are already certified in elementary or secondary education, this program may lead to additional Missouri certification in K-12 reading. All courses in this 32-hour program are offered on a face-to-face basis, online, or through ITV/distance learning to at least four sites. This course of study affords the opportunity for application of the learned skills in closely supervised developmental, diagnostic, and remedial reading situations.
This program is designed to prepare students as reading specialists (administrators and supervisors of reading programs, reading clinicians and teachers of reading) at elementary and secondary levels. The course of study affords the opportunity for application of the learned skills in closely supervised developmental, diagnostic and remedial reading situations.
Dr. Margaret Drew
Department of Professional Education
Northwest Missouri State University
800 University Drive
Maryville, MO 64468-6001
|61-695 Philosophy of Education OR|
|61-649 Issues in Education||3|
|61-682 Methods of Education Research||2|
|61-683 Research Paper||1|
|Subject Field Requirements|
|62-655 Reading in the Elementary School||3|
|62-553 Reading Programs for Secondary School||3|
|62-652 Psycho-Education Measurement||3|
|62-654 Analysis & Correction of Reading Disabilities||3|
|62-660 Pract 1: Diag. & Remediation of Rdg. Disabilities K-6||3|
|62-661 Pract 2: Diag. & Remediation of Rdg. Disabilities 7-12||3|
|62-659 Organization and Supervision of Reading Programs||2|
|62-607 Language Arts in the Elementary School||3|
|Subject Field Total||23|
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