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MAT Reading

 

The MAT Reading Program is a 36 hour program offered entirely online. It prepares Title I Reading Specialists as well as Reading Coaches. Reading courses mix theory with practice and use practical application in field experience assignments. Often graduate students tutor in after -school programs and service learning opportunities at libraries. These courses are taught by professors with years of public school experience who have published and presented at international venues. Students in the online classes come from all over the US and from as far away as Qatar, thus contributing wide experiences to online discussions. Contact Dr. Ann Harvey at 575-538-6413 or harveya1@wnmu.edu for application details.

Graduate Application

Rotation for MAT Reading Coursework

Fall

RDG 553

Children’s Literature

RDG 510

Teaching of Reading

RDG 537

Literacy Applications (Ang. Arts)

RDG 514

Theories of Reading (even years)

RDG 560

Content Reading (odd years)





This program has prepared me well for my work with dyslexic students at the Learning Center.  It was affordable and the professors were responsive to questions and eager to promote my career.” Tia Driver, MAT Reading 2013




Dr. Harvey’s  RDG 481/581 Reading Practicum class was recognized in a slide show entitled:  “Early Intervention in Reading”  at the Silver City School Board meeting held March 22, 2012.  The class contributed over 145 hours of tutoring to the 2nd grade after school tutoring program held at Harrison Schmidt School.



”I enjoyed the interaction with other professionals and had an opportunity to publish Teaching Navajo Students to Read.”  Lezlie Arnold, MAT Reading, 2012.











Rotation for MAT Reading Coursework

Spring

RDG 511

Corrective Reading

RDG 579

Writing Seminar

RDG 517

Early Childhood Literacy

RDG 581

Reading Practicum

RDG 560

Content Reading

 

Rotation for MAT Reading Coursework

Summer

RDG 515

Remedial Reading

RDG 516

Reading:  5 Pillars

RDG 580

Dyslexia

 

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