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Literacy Education

The Reading Program Area at East Carolina University offers many opportunities for professional development in all areas of literacy and literacy instruction. Reading courses are included within many programs and include coursework leading to North Carolina A-Level Licensure and, in the M.A.Ed. in Reading Education degree, M-Level Reading Licensure. For more information, please contact Area Coordinator for Reading Dr. Johna Faulconer by email or at (252)328-5570.

Registration for READ Courses

For help with registering for reading education courses, contact the Academic Success Center for undergraduate level courses and Dr. Elizabeth Swaggerty (swaggertye@ecu.edu) for graduate level courses.

Reading CEU Modules

An exciting opportunity to earn CEU credit! Modules are developed by a team comprised of one ECU Faculty member and one master public school teacher. Each module requires approximately 10 hours of work in order to earn one (1) CEU of credit toward license renewal. This CEU will meet the literacy requirement. For more information visit Division of Continuing Studies.

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For more information, contact:

Dr. Johna Faulconer
Program Area Coordinator
233 Speight Building

Mrs. Emily-Lynn Adkins
Administrative Support Associate

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Former Dean Keeping Teacher Preparation in the Spotlight

On: 03 Sep 2015 19:21
Dr. Linda Patriarca, former dean of the College of Education and current Special Education professor may be on hiatus, but she is still making sure that East Carolina and the work done in the College for teacher preparation stays in the spotlight, as shown in the US News and World Report article “Colleges Struggle to […]

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Professional Development Opportunities for 2015-2016

On: 02 Sep 2015 12:00
The Office of Assessment and Accreditation’s professional development for the 2015-16 academic school year will have two different overarching themes for participants. The workshops will be presented in two different formats to better fit the schedules and preferred learning styles of those interested in attending.  Participants will have the opportunity to attend either a face-to-face […]

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COE Alumna and Current MAEd Student Named Pactolus Teacher of the Year

On: 31 Aug 2015 19:02
Melissa Zurawski was named Teacher of the Year at Pactolus School in Pitt County where she teaches fifth grade English Language Arts. She is in her fourth year of teaching and uses the principle, “Effort rather than ability leads to success,” to guide her work with students. She explains, “I want my students to understand that […]

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College of Education is Busting Myths about Teaching

On: 27 Aug 2015 15:10
On August 23, 2015, the College of Education helped welcome over 5,000 students at Pirate Palooza, the university’s largest annual welcome back celebration, held in Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium. . Pirate Palooza featured a variety of ECU traditions and activities where students had the chance to participate in athletic games, speak with vendors, enjoy food, and win […]

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The New Education Community of Scholars Get Acquainted and Settle In

On: 26 Aug 2015 21:12
One week ago today, the College of Education welcomed 31 new Teacher Education students to ECU and moved them into the newest residence hall on campus, Gateway Residence Hall. This group of students is our newest cohort of Education Living-Learning Community members, which consists of 12 Abernathy, Lane and Maynard Scholars and an additional 19 […]

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