SEDC and USOE are offering classes to teachers who wish to acquire a Reading Endorsement. The next class offered is the following:
Advanced Early Literacy and Language Development- EDRG5345
The purpose of this course is to focus on the research on emergent and early literacy and first and second language acquisition development so that teachers may construct well-designed appropriate literacy instruction, learning environments and experiences for young language learners. In addition, recent research, which provides many instructional insights about young children as individuals with individual levels of preparation and support from widely varying home and cultural backgrounds, is examined.
Nancy Roundy is the Reading Specialist for Kane County School District. She has extensive experience as a Classroom Teacher, Adjunct Professor and Training Facilitator. She holds a Reading Level II endorsement as well as an English as a Second Language Endorsement. She is a DIBELS Trainer,Common Core Teacher Trainer and Certified Teacher Instructor for The International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council accredited program
Classes will be held in a maximum of 6 sites (28 seats) via IVC within the SEDC Region, including, but not limited to:
SEDC Office in Cedar City
Kane District Office
Washington County (TBD)
Garfield District Office
Millard District Office
Class is open to all Teachers in the above Districts, including those in Charter Schools. Sites will be determined after registration, as location depends on need.
Dates and Times
Start Date is October 1, 2013. Classes will be held one evening a week (4:00 to 8:00) for 10 weeks. There will be no class on Oct 22.
There will be a nominal cost charged by Weber University to process credits.
To register, please fill out the form here. (http://goo.gl/S8j98V)