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Online Course

Disciplinary Literacy for Deeper Learning

Friday Institute and North Carolina State College of Education via MOOC-ED

Overview

The Disciplinary Literacy for Deeper Learning MOOC-Ed will explore digital literacy, which is the ability to understand and use a range of digital technologies, a critical skill for today’s classroom. This MOOC-Ed is open to all educators in K-12 and postsecondary levels interested in learning more about disciplinary literacy for deeper learning. During the Disciplinary Literacy for Deeper Learning MOOC-Ed you will:

  • Strengthen your understanding of what it takes to engage students in deeper learning through disciplinary literacy practices;
  • Explore the model for inquiry-based disciplinary literacy and how it can promote deeper learning for your students;
  • Engage in disciplinary literacy practices (e.g., close reading, digital learning, constructing and supporting claims);
  • Experience multiple opportunities for personalized application of disciplinary literacy to your teaching context;
  • Design, critically evaluate, and share inquiry-based disciplinary literacy lessons;
  • Take action to become a leader by engaging others in disciplinary literacy practices.

Syllabus

  • Unit 1 - What is Disciplinary Literacy and Why is it Important?

  • Unit 2 - Relating Inquiry to Disciplinary Literacy

  • Unit 3 - Getting Close to Close Reading

  • Unit 4 - Going Digital with Disciplinary Literacy

  • Unit 5 - Assessing Disciplinary Literacy

  • Unit 6 - Take Action! Be a Teacher Leader with Disciplinary Literacy

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    Deeper learning means to understand the concept and become wise so that the learner never fails at any stage of his life.
    Its neceaasary to go through the concept because so many words provide us double meaning but it depends up on the reader whether he takes it positive or negative side.
    Its very important to understand the scene and situation of the author in which he is writing about so that the reader will able to understand the actual meaning.

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