This program is for individuals who hold a valid Minnesota teaching license and who wish to further develop their skills in literacy and methods.
This degree is designed for licensed TN teachers looking to become Reading Specialists in PreK-12 schools. It is available in a blended format with face-to-face class meetings or an entirely online format.
This program is for experienced teachers who hold a teaching certificate (Secondary English or ANY other field) and wish to earn a first Master’s Degree in Literacy Specialist Education (Rank 2). Experienced teachers who hold a teaching certification and a first Master’s Degree in education may also choose to complete this program to earn a second Master’s degree and Rank 1.
This program is for the experienced teacher holding a teaching certificate, this program offers an opportunity to learn new ways to assist students in learning to read, write, and communicate effectively.
This degree is designed for individuals who wish to work with English Language Learners in grades K-12 and adult and college/university programs.
This program is for professional educators who wish to earn a Master’s degree in Reading and Literacy and those seeking certification as a Reading Specialist through the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
The Master of Arts in Literacy focuses on the teaching and assessment of reading and writing skills for all learners in Grades K-12. The program will help candidates become better reading and language arts teachers, advance teachers’ abilities to instruct and assess students’ strengths and areas of need in reading, using best practices.
Concordia’s Reading Specialist Program is designed to prepare certified teachers for a reading specialist certification (K-12).
This program focuses on practical and effective reading and writing strategies to foster student growth in literacy. Participants explore intervention strategies for reading vocabulary, reading comprehension and writing in the content areas along with the diverse materials needed to meet the literacy needs of all students.
This reading instruction coursework will prepare teachers to support individual students, classroom teachers, and the general reading program in the school.
This program is for experienced educators who wish to strengthen their skills in the area of literacy and language development and work with students and teachers in the area of special reading.
The Ed.D./Ph.D. program in Reading, Language and Literacy is designed to provide students with a strong background in research, theory, reading, writing and multiliteracy programs.
The Ed.D./Ph.D. program in Reading, Language and Literacy is designed to provide students with a strong background in research, theory, reading, writing and multi literacy programs. Our graduates are prepared, as faculty and leaders, to design and implement literacy programs in a variety of public and private school, university, adult and community-based, corporate, non-profit educational settings.
This program is based on the International Literacy Association (ILA) and the Illinois Reading standards and is designed to help prepare Illinois educators who want to specialize as a Reading Teacher.
For experienced certified teachers who wish to add a Literacy Specialist endorsement (P-12) to their certification. These courses may be taken alone to earn the endorsement or may be added to our Teacher Leader degree program for a Rank change.
In this program, you will learn enhanced reading skills that will enable you to work one-to-one or in small groups with students that are experiencing difficulty reading at grade level.
For certified teachers who wish to develop specific knowledge related to reading and language development, assessment, instruction, and remediation of reading disability.