USM Graduate Certificate in Literacy: Aroostook County Cohort – Information Session

The Certificate of Graduate Study in Literacy is designed to accommodate teachers and special education teachers, educational technicians, and other holders of baccalaureate degrees who do not want to complete all of the requirements for a master’s degree but who wish to obtain a basic background in literacy. Students who complete program requirements receive official transcript recognition of their work and a certificate from the Literacy, Language, and Culture Department. Certificate completers are able to plan effective literacy instruction for their students. Total required credits: 12 Aroostook County CGS in Literacy – Cohort Course Sequence, 2020-2021.]

Join us on Thursday, May 28, 4pm to learn more!

[Zoom information to follow.]

USM Certificate of Graduate Study in Literacy: Aroostook County Cohort – INFORMATION SESSION

The Certificate of Graduate Study in Literacy is designed to accommodate teachers and special education teachers, educational technicians, and other holders of baccalaureate degrees who do not want to complete all of the requirements for a master’s degree but who wish to obtain a basic background in literacy. Students who complete program requirements receive official transcript recognition of their work and a certificate from the Literacy, Language, and Culture Department. Certificate completers are able to plan effective literacy instruction for their students. Total required credits: 12

Join us on Thursday, May 28, 4pm to learn more!

(Zoom information to follow.)

CACE Leader Connect!

Join us for this monthly forum where building administrators convene with colleagues to hear a presentation on a special topic of interest and discuss current issues and ideas, all without having to leave the school. Facilitated by nationally recognized educational consultant, Kim Marshall, building administrators at all grade levels are welcome to Zoom into this informal and information-rich session.

8:30-8:35am, Welcome and introductions
8:35-9:00am, Presentation on topic of interest / Q&A
9:00-9:20am, Current issues and ideas
9:20-9:30am, Closing remarks

Once you have registered a Zoom invitation will be e-mailed to you in advance of the event. Should you have questions, feel free to contact Scott Harrison, CACE Executive Director at scott.harrison@maine.edu.

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