RED4942 Practicum for Assessment and Instruction of Reading

This course is a culminating practicum that provides opportunity to apply their broad knowledge of reading to address the needs of learners with differing reading profiles to develop a comprehensive, scientifically based reading plan for a classroom. The plan includes a method to engage in systematic assessment and problem solving to effectively differentiate instruction. Students apply scientifically based instructional practices to support all learners. Concurrent school experience required. Experiences are provided in diagnosis, instructional planning for remediation, implementation of reading interventions, on-going evaluation of the reading progress, and communication with parents. This course requires a field experience in a k-16 classroom setting which will coincide with your Pre-Internship Field Experience I placement. This is a companion course to EDE 4941. Hours may vary. Course objectives and assignments are designed to prepare students for the Florida Reading Endorsement (Competency 5).

Prerequisites: EDG 3622, RED 3011, RED 4519. Corequisite: EDE 4941 or EEX 3940.

Terms Typically Offered:Fall

Classes not offered for selected criteria.

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