Programs for educators who want to teach reading using highly effective, research-based methods.

reading science

Program Options:

  • requiring 15 credit hours
  •  requiring 18 credit hours
  •  requiring 21 credit hours
  •  requiring a total of 33 credit hours
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Program Highlights

  • Designed for the working professional, the Mount’s Reading Science programs are convenient to an educators’s schedule and available fully online.
  • All four options require the same core courses. Students can complete the Ohio reading endorsement in less than one year, then choose to continue studies to earn the dyslexia certificate and/or master’s degree.
  • The Mount’s programs use a scientifically-based reading research model. Coursework includes an Orton-Gillingham Structured Literacy Practicum. Through our programs students learn instructional approaches to teach reading, writing and spelling using an explicit, sequential, structured language approach.

Three Admissions Windows Each Year

 

May Cohorts: Applications are accepted August 1st - Dec. 1st and applicants are notified by February 1.

August Cohorts: Applications are accepted December 1st – April 1st and applicants are notified by June 1.

January Cohorts: Applications are accepted April 1st – August 1st and applicants are notified by October 1.

Click below for an in-depth look at Reading Science at the Mount :
                                      

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Resources

Program Faculty

Elizabeth Corbo

Ed. D. Assistant Professor

Jennifer Keelor

Ph. D. Assistant Professor

Jan Maltinsky

M. Ed. Clinical Director Reading Science Program

Amy Murdoch

Ph. D. Assistant Dean of the Reading Science Program

Jamey Peavler

Ed. D. Instructor and Reading Science Program Director

Stephanie Stollar

Ph. D. Assistant Professor
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Program curriculum is based on National Reading Panel report recommendations. Coursework includes Orton-Gillingham Multisensory Reading. 

All reading science programs require a core set of courses (15 credit hours) that address current research and best practices in teaching reading and literacy.

For additional information, please contact:
Jamey Peavler
Reading Science Program Director
Jamey.Peavler@msj.edu