The Master of Science in Education/Literacy degree is designed for classroom teachers who desire to meet the literacy needs of all their students through dynamic, effective, and research-based approaches in education. Upon completion, teachers will become knowledgeable of best practices for teaching reading and other literacy skills to all students. They will also gain a deeper understanding of effective assessments and evaluations necessary to ascertain students’ strengths and weaknesses in literacy-related skills and concepts. The degree will assist teachers in meeting the needs of today’s schools by preparing them to be leaders in best practices for literacy growth and development in their classrooms and in their schools. A Christian perspective is woven throughout the program, with an emphasis on helping teachers to further develop as caring, effective, practitioners in today’s schools.
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Curriculum and Instruction courses are offered in both online and face-to-face formats.