|Course Number:||EDU 5620 C04|
|Location:||Stern Center for Language and Learning, 183 Talcott Road, Suite 101, Williston, Vermont, 05495|
|Dates and Times:||Monday, October 9, 2017 to Monday, January 22, 2018|
Note: Please register directly with the Stern Center for Language & Learning. Castleton registrations will be collected on the first day of class.
T.I.M.E. for Teachers™ Foundational Literacy Skills provides a conceptual understanding of how children learn to read and the elements of effective reading and spelling instruction. This course draws on current research, developmental models, and practical teaching strategies and activities to help teachers understand students’ evolving insights into the workings of our alphabetic system. Participants will gain an awareness of the power and usefulness of explicit, systematic instruction in phonemic awareness, phonology, phonics, and morphology. Participants will also leave this course understanding how the English language works and how teachers can foster literacy for all learners. Knowing how our language works is the key to delivering quality reading and spelling instruction. This course is available for three graduate credits.
If you are taking the class for graduate credit, you are required to purchase Multisensory Teaching of Basic Language Skills, 3rd Ed. by Judith Birsh (2011) and Multisensory Teaching of Basic Language skills Activity Book by Birsh and Carreker (2011)