EDU - Foundations of Literacy. Explores the theoretical, philosophical, and historical underpinnings of literacy instruction. Students examine the following major topics: emergent literacy, phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, and digital literacy. Students investigate the ways in which these topics inform literacy programs and reflect on the philosophical and theoretical perspectives that shape their own teaching practice. Examines instructional techniques, activities, and strategies that promote and sustain reading success in literacy classrooms.
Adult Literacy Certificate (ALC) Program
Certificate I in Initial Adult Literacy and Numeracy - Melbourne Polytechnic
GRE scores not required Prepare for teaching credential. No GRE scores are required to apply. Many colleges and universities offer graduate certificate programs in education, both online and on campus. A graduate certificate from an accredited program can open doors to career advancements, increased salary points, and higher pay. Graduate certificates are earned after completing a brief and focused program designed to prepare graduate students with advanced skills and knowledge in a specialized area.
Gateway Qualifications Level 1 Certificate In English
Our Certificate I in Initial Adult Literacy and Numeracy will help develop your literacy, numeracy and communication skills for the workplace. This training will improve your interpersonal skills and increase your self-esteem and confidence. You will learn to write simple sentences, communicate orally and develop basic numeracy skills using money, time, and measurement through practical hands on activities.
The Adult Literacy Certificate option is available for individuals who wish to become highly-qualified literacy professionals to teach secondary, college, and adult learners. The ALC Program introduces andragogy the art and science of teaching adult learners , seminal research-based literacy theories, differentiated effective instructional practices, and literacy intervention strategies relevant to teaching secondary, college and adult learners. For more information please contact: Dr.