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EEP414 Science of Reading and Systematic Phonics Instruction for Birth through Adolescence 3 Credits

Overview of the science of reading with an emphasis on explicit instructional practices associated with research-based, systematic phonics instruction for children from birth through adolescence. Covers research-based on the science of reading related to the teaching of reading in the pre-K-8 school setting to include understanding reading research; essential components of reading instruction; implementation of effective methods for reading instruction; and alignment of reading instruction to systematic phonics instruction.

Prerequisites: C or better in EEP311 or permission of Instructor and (formal admission to an undergraduate educator preparation program or declaration of the BA in Early Childhood Education - Dual Language program or permission of Department/Division).

Course Notes: EEP414 requires an approved field experience. For some employment and field experiences (including internship courses), students will be required to have a current Identity Verified Print (IVP) Fingerprint Clearance Card and a current TB test.

Class Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability

Online Course

Online (On Your Time)
08/19/2024 - 10/11/2024


Annapurna Ganesh, Ph.D.


14 of 24
Seats Available

Notes: This is an Online class that does not meet at specific class times. Students are required to have access to a computer or mobile device, and Internet access, unless otherwise specified. Before enrolling in their first online class at MCC, students need to view the online orientation and complete the readiness survey on for additional information.

Open Educational Resources (OER) are learning, teaching, and research materials in any format and medium that reside in the public domain or have an open license copyright that permits no-cost access, re-use, re-purpose, retention, redistribution, and adaptation by others.

Students may contact department at 480-461-7904 or for permission to register.