UNDSTND COMPLEX TEXTUAL READ
The goal of the Understanding Complex Textual Reading Course is to provide opportunities to identify a variety of factors and instructional strategies to help your students become effective and fluent readers. In this course, you will be able to identify and apply the qualitative and quantitative factors that help you choose reading materials that match student needs, interests and proficiencies. You will learn how to help students read complex text closely and deepen text meaning through the use of such tools as: text annotation, text markers, text-based questioning and identifying supporting evidence. You will be able to help students deepen their understanding of complex, grade-level texts through a combination of reading, writing and discussion activities. You will apply higher order thinking strategies such as inquiry learning and Socratic Discussion formats to help students talk about text and share their insights and understandings. You will also be able to teach their students how to use metacognitive strategies to become stronger and more capable readers, thinkers and writers.
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You'll be able to access your student account using Self-Service Ashland. There, you'll find printable financial statements and grade reports, plus a link for requesting transcripts, once your grades have posted. Instructions for establishing or resetting your login can be found HERE.
If you have a tuition waiver voucher or would prefer to mail your payment:
Please click HERE for a registration form. Please mail that along with your payment and/or voucher to the Main Campus address. Vouchers are worth $166 when applied to PD courses.
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