The MEd in Reading- Language, Literacy and Culture Concentration (Non-Licensure) is designed for educators to enhance and expand their skills in language, literacy and culture across diverse population as a classroom teacher. This program provides educators with a foundation in literacy learning across diverse populations and content areas, the use of assessment to inform instruction, the integration of the language arts, the integration of technology, and the knowledge of how to select and use a variety of genres of children’s books in the K-6 classroom. This Master of Education in Reading, LLC concentration does not provide a Reading Specialist license but it can advance your initial license to professional license.
A Master of Education in Reading- Language, Literacy and Culture Concentration from Bridgewater State University offers:
- All courses hybrid or fully online
- Diverse faculty with extensive teaching experience and ongoing participation in education research, scholarly publication and professional organizations
- Compliance with recommendations of the Professional Standards and Ethics Committee and the Advisory Group to the National Council of Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and Joint Task Force of the International Reading Association (IRA), K-12 Classroom Teacher
- Small classes facilitating a more personalized learning experience
- Affordable tuition, whether you live in state or out of state
- GRE is not required
Program Director: Adam Brieske-Ulenski, Ed.D. | firstname.lastname@example.org
"This program has benefited me in how I teach in my classroom for my English Language Arts block providing me with different strategies and instructional tools."
"The Masters in Reading program has helped me become more aware of various literacy assessments that can be used in the classroom, has helped me understand and connect the theories behind literacy acquisitions to my own students and become more confident in my literacy instruction in the classroom."