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Reading & Literacy Instruction

Blended Courses (Online/On Campus) offered in Concord or East Longmeadow, Massachusetts

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Enrolling Now, Classes Begin June 2020 

• ONLINE INFO SESSION | February 11 | 4 P.M.

Bay Path University’s Reading & Literacy Instruction program is uniquely designed to prepare graduates for leadership in the implementation of evidence-based practices informed by research for teaching literacy in grades PreK-12. The program offers individuals the opportunity to develop an expertise in teaching reading and writing using current, effective, evidence-based strategies (interventions) for use in general education and specialized settings.

bay path's MSED/EDS IN reading & literacy instruction:
• For students seeking a Massachusetts Initial licensure as a Reading Specialist (All Levels) *Specific state degree requirements or Non-licensure For students seeking the MSEd or EdS degree without licensure
• provides practical application of the theoretical underpinnings of reading and writing development reflecting findings from decades of cognitive neuroscientific and educational research
• provides Orton-Gillingham Associate-Level training
• Course content is aligned with the International Dyslexia Association (IDA) 2018 Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading
• learn evidence-based instructional practices using explicit, sequential, structured language approaches with a MULTI-SENSORY methodology
• Topics include assessment and instructional planning for students with specific learning disabilities including dyslexia, related disorders of reading and written language, and for second language learners

If there is a significant interest in your area, contact us today to discuss cohort options.