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Undergraduate Learning Outcomes:

  •        Read and interpret empirical articles
  •        Critically read hermeneutic articles related to learning, teaching, and education policy
  •        Master disciplinary writing conventions
  •        Demonstrate professional presentation skills
  •        Demonstrate an ability to collect, analyze, and interpret quantitative and qualitative educational data
  •        Design and implement educational experiences for varied disciplines in informal and formal contexts
  •        Explain the relationship between national education policies and local educational practices

Teacher Preparation (Licensure, Master of Arts in Teaching) Learning Outcomes:

  •       Apply inclusive curriculum and instructional practices in their discipline and grade level
  •       Collect, analyze and respond to formative and summative classroom data
  •       Apply disciplinary literacy strategies throughout the curriculum
  •       Integrate 21st century STEAM principles into their disciplinary curriculum
  •       Demonstrate a growth mindset and a disposition for praxis 
  •       For candidates conducting research: Apply appropriate research methodologies, techniques, and analytical methods
  •       Show commitment to professional development through engagement in professional organizations  
  •       Apply ethical standards in the profession

 Literacy Specialist Learning Outcomes:

  •      Learn the structures of written English and the five components of reading
  •      Utilize instructional strategies and methods such as simultaneous multisensory, systematic, cumulative, direct instruction, diagnostic teaching,                  synthetic and analytic instruction
  •      Engage in progress monitoring for accuracy and fluency
  •      Demonstrate a deep understanding of dyslexia, related written-language disorders, and of the identification of specific learning differences
  •      Keep abreast of current advances within one's field and related areas
  •      Through the capstone, identify and access professionally relevant resources, synthesize existing knowledge, and apply knowledge to professional               tasks
  •      Show commitment to professional development through engagement in professional organizations 
  •      Adhere to ethical standards in the profession