EDPROFST 702 - Challenges of Literacy Difficulties

Course code
EDPROFST 702
Challenges of Literacy Difficulties
School
Curriculum and Pedagogy
Points
30
Delivery modes
Online/Blended
Online Scheduled Sessions
Course director


Janet Gaffney

Course description

Teachers will critically examine and evaluate research and practice in literacy education, including specific intervention strategies and resources. This will include an examination of the social, cultural, economic, psychological and physiological factors that influence literacy development, including approaches to support and overcome literacy difficulties experienced by diverse learners, including Maori and Pasifika children.

Course overview

Looking to stretch your understanding and practice of teaching literacy to children and young people who experience significant difficulties?

This course offers participants a blend of online study and face-to-face learning at the Epsom Campus where you will explore current issues and approaches to literacy difficulties.

This will involve critically evaluating personal theories of learning, content knowledge and ready-made programmes, culminating in a self-designed literacy leadership initiative.

Currently scheduled classes

2021 Online/Blended (Semester 2): 2021 Online/Blended(Semester 2): The block course with on campus sessions on Monday 12 July, Tuesday 13 July from 9am to 4pm and Wednesday 14 July from 9am to 12:30pm
2021 Online (Semester 2): 2021 Online(Semester 2): Online with online scheduled sessions on Monday 12 July, Tuesday 13 July from 9am to 4pm and Wednesday 14 July from 9am to 12:30pm

Take this course

This course can be taken as a taught course in the following programmes:

Ministry of Education course subsidies

Primary and Intermediate teachers may be eligible for a Ministry of Education fees subsidy for this course. Click here for more information.


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