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EDU 6488: Diagnostic & Prescriptive Reading: Home


Marilyn  Lowe                                                                                                                                                                                 Adjunct Professor of Education
Phone: 601.925.3847

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Course Description

Diagnostic & Prescriptive Reading studies the symptoms and causes of reading disabilities.  Analysis and diagnosis of reading ability, including the use of standardized tests, informal measures, portfolios, surveys, inventories, observation and individual or group tests will be utilized.  Communicating results and reporting practices will be explored, along with remediation or corrective techniques, special teaching materials, machines and visual or other physical aids for reading improvement.  The case study approach utilizing (IEP) individual educational prescriptions will be used by students to develop reading instruction to meet individual needs based upon diagnostic findings. 


A copy of the syllabus is available below for your reference.

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