Current Course Schedule

Meeting the Diverse Needs of Beginning Readers (grades K-3)

In every classroom, some children take longer to master beginning reading skills. Teachers, therefore, need to develop a variety of materials and approaches to help all children and particularly those having difficulty learning to read. We will discuss and demonstrate strategies you can use to enhance childrenÂ’s decoding and encoding skills. We will also review methods and engage in activities designed to improve reading comprehension skills. You will have the opportunity to explore how you can use these techniques in your individual school settings. Some teaching experience is required. *This class meets online eastern time.
  • Focus On
    Grades K - 3
  • Category
    Childhood / Elementary School, Online
  • Registration Options and Cost
    $425 12.0 CTLE or 1.2 CEU
    $1,660 1.0 Credits

Sections

Spring 2021

  • Section 01: March 1, March 3, March 8, March 10
    • Allison  Arthur  May
      Allison Arthur May
      Allison Arthur May, MEd, has been a Professor and Clinical Supervisor at Monroe College since 2014. Previously, she was the Director of Elementary Literacy Achievement at Public Prep Network Charter Schools, NYC and Director of Curriculum & Instruction at Chatham Day School, Chatham, NJ. She has also been a Student Teacher Supervisor at Teachers College, Columbia University and a PreK - 8 classroom teacher in a variety of elementary schools in NY, NJ and OH. Allison is currently working towards an Ed.D. in Adult Learning & Leadership at Teachers College, Columbia University. She holds an Ed.M. in Curriculum and Teaching from Teachers College, Columbia University and an M.Ed. in Elementary Education, with a concentration in Science/Environmental Education from Antioch New England, in Keene, NH. Her B.A. is in Philosophy and the Political Thought/Environmental Studies from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA.