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Literacy Fundamentals: Helping Elementary Students Write Effectively

Course #: 02-1471

Price: $12.00

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  • IACET: 0.1 CEUs
  • All Other Organizations: 1.00 Hours
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CEU Course Description

Literacy Fundamentals: Helping Elementary Students Write Effectively explores the intricate world of literacy development and equips elementary school teachers with the knowledge and tools to nurture effective writing skills in their students. This course is crafted to empower elementary school teachers with comprehensive knowledge and a robust toolkit for cultivating proficient writing skills in their students. Utilizing a blend of research-based practices and immersive, hands-on activities, the course goes beyond the fundamentals, providing educators with a profound grasp of the essential principles that form the bedrock of successful writing instruction. In this course, participants will learn about (1) the interconnectedness of language acquisition, reading proficiency, and writing skills, (2) the nuanced challenges encountered by young writers and effective support strategies, and (3) a spectrum of engaging and inclusive instructional strategies. 

CEU Course Objectives

  1. Summarize effective instructional strategies for writing instruction 
  2. Identify some of the challenges young writers face
  3. Summarize the connection between reading and writing


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Course Date: 2024-03-20

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