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Note: These courses are taught through the Shelton School. Students must apply and be admitted to the Master of Arts in Teaching at DBU in order to receive trasncript credit from DBU. Class registration is completed through both DBU and the Shelton School with tuition and fees being paid to both DBU and the Shelton School. Contact the M.A.T. Program Director for more information about this specialization.
Academic Specialization (18 credit hours required)
Chosen with advisor approval
Teaching Written Language Skills in a Multisensory Structured Language
||Therapeutic Analysis of Written Language Disorders
||Classroom Management of the Learning Different Student
||Classroom Instruction of Language and Study Skills
||Diagnosing Learning Different Children
||Teaching Written Language Skills with an Alphabetic Phonetics Approach
||Teaching Written Language Skills in a Multisensory Structured Language Therapy for Adolescents
||Therapeutic Analysis of Written Language Disorders for Adolescents
||Written Language Skills Intervention for Students with Dyslexia
||Therapeutic Implementation of Written Language Skills Intervention for Students with Dyslexia
||Theory to Practice
||Curriculum Design and Evaluation
||Professional Portfolio (Required)
Total Credit Hours Required: Minimum 36 Hours
(S-L) = Course(s) with field-based service-learning component.
In addition to the general admission requirements, full admission to the Master of Arts in Teaching Program requires satisfactory scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Additional requirements are necessary if an individual desires to pursue Texas Teacher Certification. Please call the program director for more information at 214-333-5217.
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