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VESi-Reading Fundamentals #2: Laying the Foundation for Effective Reading Instruction Undergraduate (EDV 422)

Program: VESi Online Courses

Location: VESi Online Courses (, **) - Online

Dates: On-Going (Ends Dec 31, 2021)

Location: Online

EDV 422 Esteves School of Education at the Sage Colleges

(was previously EDU 2916 sponsored through Concordia College)
The federal legislation enacted in 2001 mandates the use of scientifically-based research in programs receiving federal funding that deal with remedial readers. The concept of scientifically-validated methods is so prevalent in the legislation that it appears 110 times in these documents. This three-course Reading Fundamentals series will help improve your knowledge of science and the scientific process suggested for development of remedial reading programs.

The purpose of this second course in this three-course series is to lay the foundation for effective reading instruction. Students will learn about the elements of effective instruction. It is important that all teachers have a firm understanding of effective instructional procedures. Both teachers and their students benefit, in terms of their behavior and their academic performance, from effective instruction. 2 Undergraduate Credits.

Participants have maximum of 1 year and a minimum of two weeks to complete the course. Course materials will be sent directly from Virtual Education Software, Inc. (VESi).

Questions regarding materials should be sent to info@virtualeduc.com or call VESi (800) 313-6744.

It is the responsibility of the student to check with their district and/or academic institution for applicability to a particular program and/or credit approval. There is no refund once the materials have been sent.

These are computer-based training courses and available only in an online download.

Online Requirement:
Requires, reliable/stable high speed internet connection.

Students must obtain an overall score of 70% or higher, with no individual exam score below 50%, to successfully pass the course.