- Q: Do you sometimes feel something is missing in how to meet the individual needs of your students to help them become strategic, enthusiastic readers?
- Q: Do you want to know more about best instructional practices in diagnosis, intervention, and differentiated instruction in reading?
- Q: Are you ready to move from the Provisional to Professional level of certification but still need the reading course required by the State of Michigan?
- A: RDG 4913 – Diagnosis and Differentiated Instruction in Reading*
This course is designed to be a “hybrid” learning experience, with some assignments being completed online while retaining the benefits of several in-person class meetings on campus. Class begins May 11, 2013.
Class meetings take place on the main campus of Rochester College in Ham Library (HL) 117 on Saturdays, 12–3 p.m., on the following dates:
- May 11
- May 25
- June 8
- June 22
The course shell will open May 5, 2013 to students enrolled in the course.
Class begins May 11, 2013 and runs through June 29, 2013.
Elements of the course include:
- Collaboration and sharing knowledge with other educators
- Adapting course curriculum to teachers’ classroom instructional needs
- Small size class sessions grounded in participants’ questions, inquiry and experimentation, as well as research.
- A required literacy practicum where two students are assessed and provided with differentiated literacy instruction. A written case study is developed from this experience. Each teacher is responsible to find his or her own students for the practicum.
Tuition for this three semester hour course is $990.
For additional course information or questions, please contact Dr. Mel Blohm at email@example.com or at 248-218-2119.