Candidates will explain, critique and respond to theoretical and historical research, and relevant pedagogies related to language and literacy teaching and learning, in an effort to dismantle systems of oppression.
Candidates will investigate tenets of just, equitable, and inclusive education to interrogate their own implicit and explicit biases and privileges in an effort to serve as literacy leaders who advocate for students, families, and communities.
Candidates will develop a literacy curriculum inclusive of students’ intersecting social identities, and higher-order thinking utilizing antiracist pedagogies and educational technologies.
Candidates will utilize assessment data to create and teach culturally and linguistically sustaining literacy instruction that address students’ strengths and needs in the context of fieldwork/clinical experience.
*Retrieved from AMS February 27, 2023. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the program.
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