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Add-On Licensure Program IN Literacy K-12

Cato School of Education

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Teachers need more than exceptional teaching skills to provide students with an experience that will help them to be successful readers and writers. They need to possess the ability to use a variety of assessments and data to plan developmentally appropriate lessons for all students in all facets of a Balanced Literacy approach. In keeping with the Cato School of Education’s long-standing commitment to provide educators with the skills needed to deal with the complexities of today's 21st century classroom setting, the Literacy K-12 Add-on Licensure program teaches specific strategies through a hands-on, authentic literacy approach. The faculty ensures every candidate has ample opportunities to implement newly learned strategies in their own classroom and then are provided with immediate, constructive feedback. This practice scaffolds candidates’ learning while helping them develop a Balanced Literacy approach and perspective of teaching to ensure a positive impact on student literacy knowledge. Candidates earning the Literacy K-12 Add-on Licensure at Queens commit themselves to a productive career and a noble life in teaching. They recognize the vital role of the educator in guiding, nurturing, and shaping the lives of all children. The program aligns with North Carolina state standards for Reading K-12 Teacher Candidates, the North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards and North Carolina Graduate Standards. Complete your license in 10 months or take courses at your own pace.

Admission:

To be considered for admission into the program, an applicant must:

  • Submit a completed graduate application
  • Submit a copy of a valid, non- provisional, non- expired NC teaching license

Content Courses

If you have questions about the program or admissions requirements please contact Somer Saunders at 704-337-2580 or saunderss@queens.edu.

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