Program of Study for the M.Ed. Curriculum & Instruction: Literacy Degree
Please see the attached document for this program of study. All checksheets are considered unofficial until completed and signed by both the student and an Ashland University administrator.
The Literacy program is designed to help classroom teachers at both the elementary and secondary levels to deepen their understanding of literacy processes, purposes, and development and to broaden their range of instructional and assessment approaches so that they can have the greatest possible impact on their students’ learning at either the elementary or middle/secondary levels. Candidates in the program will develop the confidence to make evidence-based instructional decisions in their own classrooms and to advocate appropriate practice with parents, colleagues, administrators, and policy-makers. There is a 5-year limit on literacy course work that can be transferred into this program.