LITERACY STATIONS FOR PREK – 2ND GRADE – UOP COURSE

COURSE ID: EDUP 9205

(2 Graduate Semester Credits) Literacy stations with small group learning is an effective and often fun way to foster meaningful learning while showing strong growth in literacy skills for each individual student. In this course, you will learn how to implement literacy stations in your classroom, identify the actionable steps for assessing and grouping students, and how to design engaging literacy activities that will address the needs of all students, despite their individual reading levels. You will design an action plan for your classroom, develop an additional resource to support your plan, and analyze research to support implementation in the classroom. The course ends with you designing an implementation plan designed to ensure you are successfully incorporating the lesson concepts, ideas, and resources into a future lesson.

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COURSE DETAILS:
  • Total Price: $269
  • This price includes a $129 One-time fee now + $70/Credit when you finish your course

  • Credit Type: Graduate-Level Credit
  • Credits: 2 Semester Credits
  • 21 High-Quality Resources Provided With The Course

CONTENT AREAS:

  • ELA, Reading/Writing
  • Early Childhood
  • Lesson & Curriculum Planning
  • Teaching Strategies
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Course Objectives & What You Will Learn in this Course:

What You Will Learn
  • Learn The Benefits of Literacy Stations in the Classroom

  • Learn How to Effectively Implement Literacy Stations in the Classroom

  • Receive the Tools & Strategies to Plan, Mange, & Measure the Effectiveness of Your Literacy Stations

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Course Guiding Question:

Course Guiding Questions

How can literacy stations be used as a tool to foster significant growth in each individual student’s literacy skills in my classroom?

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This course was an excellent intro for Literacy Stations for PreK-2nd Grade. I found the lessons, reflections, and videos helpful and easy to follow. I would recommend this course to anyone looking to educate themselves more about literacy stations.

-2nd Teacher

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  2 Graduate-Level Semester Credits:

At the conclusion of this course, you will earn 2 Graduate-Level Semester Credits

This course falls under University of the Pacific’s (UOP) EDUP 9000-9999 numbering system, for the purposes of credential/licensure designed primarily for electives or professional development/salary advancement purposes. This course is for 2 Credits and requires a minimum passage grade of 80%. Model Teaching is an accredited partner with UOP. Upon course completion, you will be provided with 2 graduate-level semester credits, along with an official transcript and letter grade from UOP for you to submit to your district or state department of education for your licensing and/or salary advancement needs.

REGIONALLY ACCREDITED · OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT PROVIDED · INCLUDES A LETTER GRADE

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Model Teaching has helped thousands of teachers across the country meet their relicensing requirements.  This course is offered in partnership with University of the Pacific.

The University of the Pacific is California’s oldest private chartered university established in 1851 and is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). University of the Pacific offers continuing education courses through private partnerships such as Model Teaching. Model Teaching’s graduate-level credit courses provided through University of the Pacific are designed primarily for professional development/salary advancement & license renewal purposes. All online UOP-partnered courses taken through Model Teaching will include access to university credit through UOP along with an official transcript and letter grade.

University of the Pacific is regionally accredited and accredited by the following bodies:

  • Western Association of Schools & Colleges, Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges & Universities (WASC-ACSCU)

All UOP-partnered Model Teaching courses will include access to graduate-level credit through UOP along with an official transcript and letter grade.

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Please confirm your specific district or state requirements for license renewal prior to registering and feel free to reach out to us with any questions you may have about our graduate-level courses.

Model Teaching has helped thousands of teachers across the country meet their relicensing requirements.  This course is offered in partnership with University of the Pacific.

The University of the Pacific is California’s oldest private chartered university established in 1851 and is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). University of the Pacific offers continuing education courses through private partnerships such as Model Teaching. Model Teaching’s graduate-level credit courses provided through University of the Pacific are designed primarily for professional development/salary advancement & license renewal purposes. All online UOP-partnered courses taken through Model Teaching will include access to university credit through UOP along with an official transcript and letter grade.

University of the Pacific is regionally accredited and accredited by the following bodies:

  • Western Association of Schools & Colleges, Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges & Universities – WASC-ACSCU

All course work completed will include an Official Transcript and Letter Grade, ready to submit to your district or state authority.

Please confirm your specific district or state requirements for salary advancement prior to registering and feel free to reach out to us with any questions you may have about our graduate-level courses.

Course Sections

Topics Covered and General Course Outline

Section 1 – Literacy Stations: What, Why, & How

  • What literacy stations Are
  • Why and when stations are beneficial to students when we differentiate for student groups
  • An overview of the steps that should be taken to implement literacy stations
  • What effective literacy stations look and sound like in the primary grades

Section 2 – Grouping Students

  • When to use whole group instruction and when to use small group instruction
  • Different options for grouping students
  • Common practices and recommendations for grouping students
  • Effective ways to assess students’ literacy skills

Section 3 – Literacy Stations Planning Activities & Implementation

  • How to choose and plan literacy station activities based on grade levels
  • How to differentiate stations activities to meet the needs of learners
  • How to use the provided resources effectively
  • How to implement literacy stations into the classroom by following a sequence of steps

Section 4 – Expectations & Behaviors

  • How and why to establish age-appropriate expectations for independent work time
  • The importance of modeling expected behaviors
  • How to choose a behavior management plan that works effectively for you and your students

Section 5 – Collecting Data

  • Why collecting data during small group time is important
  • Different ways data can be collected during your literacy stations
  • How to develop a strategy for keeping students accountable while working independently in literacy stations
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Helpful Resources & Templates Included With the Course
The course comes with 21 templates, tools, and graphic organizers ready to be used in your classroom!
These Include:

  • Literacy Stations Implementation Guide
  • Literacy Stations Data Tracker
  • Literacy Stations Data Tracker-Sample
  • Literacy Groups Planner
  • Literacy Groups Planner-Sample
  • Grade Level Literacy Skills Expectations
  • Long Term Stations Planner
  • Long Term Stations Planner-Sample
  • Literacy Stations Activities By Grade Level
  • Literacy Stations Extra Resources
  • Literacy Stations Rotations Template
  • Weekly Stations Plan
  • Weekly Stations Plan-Sample
  • Literacy Stations Expectations
  • Behavior Management Ideas
  • Literacy Small Groups Progress Monitoring
  • Student Literacy Work Trackers
  • Progress Monitoring By Grade Level
  • Literacy Stations Weekly Action Plan-FINAL ACTIVITY
  • Literacy Stations Weekly Action Plan-FINAL ACTIVITY-SAMPLE
  • Effectiveness Rubric

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  • Get started immediately, work at your own pace, and earn 2 Graduate-Level Semester Credits once complete
  • Once your course is complete you may then request your graduate credit(s) and official transcript

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