Literacy Education, M.S.Ed. Student Learning Outcomes

College Education
Major Literacy Education
Degree M.S.Ed.
Date Revised 2009

Student Learning Outcomes and Proposed Methods for Collecting Data (from Assessment Plan)

Student Learning Outcomes

  1. The candidate plans, implements, manages, and adapts instructional methods and curricular models to deliver literacy instruction to diverse learners.
  2. The candidate understands the constructs and issues associated with assessment and uses a range of instruments and practices to organize, deliver, and evaluate literacy education for individuals and larger groups.
  3. The candidate creates a learning environment that maximizes and motivates students’ learning based on knowledge of interests, abilities, and prior experiences and use of varied textual sources, technology-based information, and non-print materials.
  4. The candidate views career long professional development as central to keeping current with theory, research, best practice, and public policy issues so as to support literacy education.
  5. The candidate demonstrates and uses the knowledge of the major concepts, principles, and research on the psychological, sociological, linguistic, historical, and cultural foundations of literacy education at the Target/Exceeds Expectations or Acceptable/Meets Expectations level.

Methods of Assessment

  • Reading specialist content test (1- 3)
  • Course examination (1-3)
  • Portfolio (1-4)
  • Internship assessment (1-4)
  • Response paper (1-4)
  • EPFE 505 case study (1-4)
  • Employer survey (1-4)
  • Disposition assessment (4)

Last Updated

AAE updated October 2022

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