Courses in this program are offered fully online. Courses are held in both an asynchronous environment (D2L) and a synchronous (real-time) environment (Zoom) which allows instructors to virtually meet and talk with students and experience a live exchange of ideas, hear class presentations and do group work with access to a whiteboard. For additional information regarding online delivery, refer to the Online Delivery & eLearn website.
Through the four courses of this MEd Interdisciplinary topic
- Students will develop understandings of
- research, practices, and trends in literacy in the diverse classroom
- theoretical, practical, and ethical implications of critical literacy
- Students will develop practices with English Language Learners
- Students will also develop practices listening, reading and viewing (the receptive strands of English Language Arts
- in-service teachers who teach literacy (elementary-or secondary-aged students)
- educators with an interest in literacy
- school leaders in schools with diverse populations
- consultants or other professionals involved with literacy
A registration package will be sent to new students after they have been admitted. Registration for the summer term will be available in late winter. Fall and Winter registration opens in the spring. Your Graduate Program Administrator will send more information about registration to you.