LITED 6239 - 60 Advanced Literacy Curriculum Studies

Students locate, read, examine, analyze, and evaluate a variety of historical and contemporary research pieces on current issues and topics in literacy curriculum and instruction; make plans for research studies and write literature reviews, conference and grant proposals. Prerequisite(s): graduate standing or consent of instructor.

 


Subject
Literacy Education
Status
Open
Career
Graduate

Location
Online
Session
Second Half-Semester
Enrollment Total
7/25
Credit Hours
3

Class Number
74126
Delivery Mode
Online Semester Based
Dates
-
Academic Term
Fall 2024

 

Days & Times Room Instructor Meeting Dates

Online
Taraneh Matloob Haghanikar
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Tuesday
06:00 PM - 08:30 PM
Online
Taraneh Matloob Haghanikar
-

 

  • This section is for Literacy Education (MAE) - Fall 2024 Cohort
  • Section meets second half-semester.
  • This course will be taught online via eLearning.
  • All cohort students must register through Continuing and Distance Education, http://online.uni.edu/enroll.
  • This section may be combined with another online section of the same course. Students will be notified by UNI email if these sections are combined.

 

Students enrolled in an online / distance program should submit the enrollment form to enroll. Students enrolled in an on-campus program should enroll through their Student Center.