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A general guide to Education research for the Rosemont College community.

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Welcome to EDU 0383: DIAGNOSTIC AND PRESCRIPTIVE READING INSTRUCTION IN SPECIAL EDUCATION 

This is a required course for Education majors enrolled in the special education certification track. It will provide students with a thorough understanding of the manifestations of learning disabilities affecting student performance and achievement in reading and language arts. Strong emphasis will be placed on techniques using differentiation of instruction for the LD student and on effective instructional interventions for both individuals and the entire class. Appropriate use of assessment tools will also be a key component of the course. Students will do a minimum of 10 hours of classroom observation in appropriate special education settings as a part of this course. Prerequisites: limited to Education majors; EDU 0201 and EDU 0280.

Required Text

Strategies for Reading Assessment and Instruction Helping Every Child Succeed

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Featured Education Resources

These terms may be helpful as you explore topics for your course assignments:

Encyclopedias, handbooks, dictionaries and other reference books can be a great place to start your research. They will

  • Give you the background information you need to start researching unfamiliar concepts
  • Help you to narrow your topic down to a manageable research question
  • Provide fast, reliable sources for definitions, facts, and statistics.

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