DatesMonday, October 01, 2012 — Sunday, June 30, 2013
Target audienceAll Florida Educators
DescriptionParticipants will develop an understanding of reading as a process of student engagement in both fluent decoding of words and construction of meaning. This 60-hour online training will provide substantive knowledge of language structure and function, as well as cognition for each of the five major components of the reading process. This training meets the requirements for Competency 1 of the Reading Endorsement Add-on Certification Program.

This is a self-paced, facilitated course. This course (Fall 2012 Cohort) begins October 1, 2012 will end on June 30, 2013. We will begin enrolling participants for this course on October 1. You can register anytime from now until December to be enrolled in this course. The next course (Winter 2013 Cohort) will being in January, 2013 and end September, 2013.

The average time to complete a 60 hour course is 12 weeks but the courses are self-paced so you can choose to finish quicker than the 12 weeks or can choose to take a little longer if needed as long as the coursework is finished by the course closing date.

For additional information about the reading endorsement courses, please visit our reading endorsement webpage at http://www.nefec.org/elearning/readingendorsement/. There is a link on the right-hand side of the page to our course flyer which lists the course dates for 2012-2013.
Inservice Points 60
DeliveryOnline (Blackboard)
ContactChristi Sadler
FacilitatorTBA
Fees$300
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RegistrationLast date to register: 12/16/2012
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