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Fall 2023: 8-Week Online Graduate Courses

FALL TERM I: September 5 – October 29, 2023

In this 8-week online graduate course for teachers and literacy educators, learn how to plan and teach effective small group, differentiated instruction lessons in intermediate and middle school classrooms.

Use the writers’ workshop to develop young children’s knowledge and enthusiasm for writing. In this 8-week online graduate course for K-2 teachers, learn how writers’ workshops can develop student writing fluency.

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FALL TERM II: October 30 – December 23, 2023

Develop your skills and use of language to support the literacy work of colleagues through coaching. In this 8-week online graduate course, you’ll better understand your role as a literacy coach or teacher leader in a school.

In this 8-week online graduate course, teachers develop skills in systematic observation and analysis of student reading, writing, and language behaviors in order to plan effective teaching to meet student needs.

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Did you know? We offer two online graduate certificate programs!

Not sure which graduate course or certificate is right for you?

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