The Master’s in Reading Specialist track is designed to teach you how to provide classroom teachers targeted instruction on teaching literacy.
The reading specialist program is a degree to provide classroom teachers with advanced study in the field of literacy. Upon graduation, you will hold a new level of professional expertise in research-based reading instruction, on-going classroom assessment of reading, and knowledge of newly published children’s and adolescent literature for improving your teaching and reading leadership.
Available Master of Education Tracks:
A mobile, web-based curriculum allows you to complete the online Master’s in Education degree program in 18 months. You will participate in specialized courses in a selected area of interest. Many working adults choose our online Master’s in Education program because it offers the freedom to work toward a degree anytime, anywhere.
The Education Master’s degree from MNU is fully accredited by NCATE, and courses are taught by highly-qualified, experienced instructors. Our instructors enhance their lessons with podcasts, vodcasts, social networking, wikis and other electronic delivery technology.
You'll engage in real-time webcasts with instructors throughout the program using virtual collaboration tools like Adobe Connect, allowing for asynchronized and synchronized learning each week. If you’re looking for a school where you can earn your Reading Specialist Master’s degree, contact MNU today.
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