An overview of major theoretical, conceptual, and historical foundations in literacy and their curricular implications. Emphasis is placed on actively analyzing current trends and related methodologies.
This course will fulfill state required content requirements for educators pursuing advanced literacy endorsements from the SC Department of Education. This course will also be part of the MEd in Language and Literacy. A program adjustment to include this course in the MEd will be submitted following this proposal.
Address committee's recommendations
Please made corrections requested by the committee.
If the course is 100% online and asynchronous, a meeting time and room should not be specified as all course activities and instruction should occur online. The Office of the Registrar began enforcing the instructional method and associated descriptions in Spring 2019. As a result, DWEB, which is defined as Web 100% Asynchronous, may no longer include a face-to-face option.
Need to specify the communication/feedback turnaround time on assignments.
Need to state minimal student technical requirements/skills.
Return at request of proponent
Course will be added to the 1920 Graduate Bulletin.